Only a couple of weeks ago, I responded to a maintenance call downtown at the residential home buildings.
The residential home buildings are genuinely places that are owned by the person living in the apartment.
The apartments are much appreciate condos. The old home building used to be a college, and when the college closed down, the building was vacant for 20 years, eventually, a real estate developer bought the building and turned it into senior living apartments. Each 1 of the apartments has several home offices, a lavatory, laundry room, living room, and a small porch and Patio. Most of the residents are on social security or disability. They all have a fixed income. I responded to a maintenance request placed by 1 of the people living in the building. I abruptly realized that the heat pump could not be fixed. It needed to be updated and the price to update the heat pump was quite significant. The owner of the home did not have the currency to pay for the extravagant repairs. I felt entirely awful and I wanted to do something to help. I offered to perform all of the repairs for free if the guy could figure out how to pay for the equipment. I could not offer the heating unit for free, because I am not the owner of the company. I knew I could donate our time and Services. I gave the guy the name of the distributor that all of us use for unit and I told that guy exactly what all of us would need to complete the project. Hopefully he will come up with the currency necessary to pay for the heat pump.