My air conditioning system passed the inspection process

I thoroughly enjoy my job, which includes fitting residential buildings with quality HVAC equipment. About three years ago, I decided to specialize in cooling products. I have worked with contractors who often offer me contracts to fit the house’s equipment. After I include the air conditioning system, the city council officer will often inspect it to ensure the a/c installation is done correctly and will not harm the residents because of any carelessness from the a/c workman. This big apartment complex was under construction, and to get the tender, I needed to have the council inspect my just concluded work. I had done the a/c install at a group of schools that had constructed different buildings as additional labs. The school requested to install a dual fuel system in three of the four buildings. In the fourth building, the school administrator only wanted to do the a/c care on the existing unit. I gathered my a/c rep team and started the installation, which took us a whole week. The client requested that we install disposable air conditioning filters rather than washable ones. My opinion on these two types of filters is that the washable ones are meant for places that don’t need to replace often, while the disposable ones are for areas such as schools and hospitals. The council officer inspected the work and gave it an excellent pass. This opened doors for me, and I got the tender. I got funding for units with high SEER ratings. I got the tender to install air purification systems and was awarded the tender to handle the a/c repairs for the systems.


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