I don’t know how to fix air conditioners, and my partner doesn’t know how to write invoices or collect debts. This is what makes us such a great combination, both in marriage and in business. Hank handles all the client services, the house calls, and the installations. I manage the office, I set appointments, answer the phones, and balance the books. Without both of us working our hardest, this little HVAC repair company wouldn’t work. Hank and I remain focused on our long-term goals of becoming major HVAC contractors, and then being able to sell our business for a huge profit. It’s an ambitious plan, but seeing how in-demand HVAC services are these days, I feel it’s only a matter of time and hard work. Ever since COVID hit this country the HVAC industry has had more work than they could handle. All across the country HVAC contractors reported record business, so much that a whole community of freelance HVAC techs sprung up to handle the excess workload. Once everyone was afraid of the air they breathed, air purifiers became super popular. Now that the panic has subsided, people are wanting to get rid of these air purifiers. This is great news for the HVAC industry, because nobody will get a refund, they will actually have to pay to have the air purifiers removed, which is more profitable for us. Hank and I are taking all the HVAC clients we can handle, and it is keeping us both busy for 60 hours a week or more! At this rate, our little HVAC company will be a huge success in no time.