Before moving into the world of heating and cooling, my uncle was an airplane mechanic.
He had a huge interest in flying from a young age and was able to finally get in a small airplane with his father back in the 1960s.
Even though my uncle isn’t a professional pilot, he has his pilot’s license and a lot of hours under his belt in the air. I have wanted to join him in the sky multitudes of times, but I’ve just never gotten around to doing it with him. He’s also not really working at the airport any longer. It was hard to keep up work as an airplane mechanic during the covid-19 pandemic. There weren’t nearly as many flights in and out and he had to find work elsewhere. That’s when he became an HVAC technician. HVAC technicians are always in need regardless of your location. Some climates get severe Summers and winters, while others get one or the other. And even during the spring and Autumn there are needs for furnaces, air conditioners, ventilation systems, air purifiers, humidifiers, and dehumidifiers. Not only will my uncle always have work in the heating and cooling industry, but I can also take advantage of his expertise with HVAC systems. He’s certified and licensed so my HVAC manufacturer will honor my warranty if he’s the person who services my HVAC system. You can’t make the mistake of hiring an unlicensed and uncertified heating and cooling technician, otherwise they will avoid the warranty on your HVAC system. On top of having licenses and certifications, my uncle is also willing to do most of my HVAC work for free.