As a field worker, I kneel the the foundation for air conditioner

I am no stranger to difficult work since I was brought up on a corn farm.

My family farms, and we were taught to work to eat or receive a living. The work ethic is firmly embedded in my system. I savor the outdoors, and when I was in school, I hoped my first and subsequent tasks will allow myself and others fieldwork assignments savor the 1 I now perform as an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C serviceman for an international Heating, Ventilation, and A/C company. The company employs over 300 employees locally, with over 600 emplotted as agents or resellers internationally. When I first joined, I was taken through a thorough initiation training that involved mastering the parts of a steam boiler and how to repair it. Simpler tasks come 2 weeks later, savor studying how to do air duct cleaning, set up a new thermostat, disinfect an cooling system filter, and kneel and position an air duct constantly. My training took a month, and soon after, I was assigned to a region with a high demand for heating and cooling appliances. Because I worked under a senior manager, I mostly carry out the manual cooling or heating unit upgrade tasks. Since I joined the company, I have helped with 5 Heating, Ventilation, and A/C upgrades. When our store gets an order for Heating, Ventilation, and A/C for sale, the work method involves assessing the upgrade area and the same house or corporation premises’ temperature control needs. One day, I hope to single-handedly install a hybrid Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan or program and maintain an air conditioner without much help. In a year or so, I’ll find out, for now, I just kneel the foundation of AC unit set up.

 

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