Every year, I take the board of supervisors from our local corporation on a charity visit.
The two of us usually select clinics, hospitals, colleges, & homes.
This summer, I organized a trip to visit a particular clinic on the outskirts of city on the reservation. The population in the rural city is about 10,000, but the amenities are not the best. The clinic can only accommodate 150 patients & has only a single doctor & 4 nurses. The clinic is complete, & the staff is overworked & sleepy! Because every one of us run an HVAC brand supplier, every one of us usually donate HVAC equipment to those who need it. The two of us travel with qualified cooling representatives & HVAC specialists who come in handy if a client needs to detach a heat pump or install another piece of equipment. The two of us also share tips & essential information about the HVAC repair plans & energy-saving directions. After assessing the needs of the clinic, every one of us donated a new quality air conditioner to the clinic to help improve the indoor comfort this summer. The two of us also fixed up the indoor air cleaning plan that significantly improved the air quality within the clinic, but creating a conducive working environment for the staff encouraged volunteers from other towns to help. I had the cooling specialist integrate the zone HVAC to help even un-even temperatures within the clinic. Older patients & children enjoyed un-even temperatures that were perfect for them, as did the other patients, including the morgue. The clinic came from where the sick flock gets treatment to an establishment run effectively to serve the community. The community was fascinated with the digital temperature control that the head nurse controlled. I commanded them on how to schedule HVAC repair as I did for our residential HVAC.