I also said he could easily use a fin coil brush to straighten them out
I’m an HVAC contractor, and yes I am certified. I always preferred to do things on my own and I never wanted to have to report to anybody else. I basically run my own HVAC business but it’s only me. I have my work truck that holds all my tools and equipment that I need to move around. At times when I do major HVAC system installs, I might hire a couple of other contractors just to help me out. I know everything that needs to be done and how to do it all, I just sometimes need some extra hands with all the heavy lifting, and there is plenty of that in my line of work. It’s funny because this type of work always came natural to me, ever since my uncle started teaching me when I was a youngster how to maintain HVAC systems and replace worn parts. I wanted to have my own business and be legit, so I went to an HVAC trade school naturally. I excelled in the school and my HVAC professors were quite impressed with how I retained the knowledge. I’m glad I went to do that because I learned so much and I use all that information I learned in my day to day projects. I like to help people help themselves too. Like the other day a customer was complaining that his A/C wasn’t cooling very well. The issue was that his A/C condenser unit was clogged up with debris. I explained that he had to clear the debris from the unit and he could simply use a spray nozzle to clean it all off. I just told him to be careful not to bend the fin coils. I also said he could easily use a fin coil brush to straighten them out. This is easy stuff, but makes such a huge difference. His A/C was ice-cold by the time we were done cleaning everything out.