It’s important to protect the AC during winter

Martin has been working as an HVAC expert for 2 decades and loves his job.

He’s well-known in his community and always has a busy schedule all year. Martin is one of the top HVAC experts who folks love and always wait to book when it’s time for HVAC check-ups and tune-ups. Martin was the only son in a family with 3 girls. His dad was an accountant, but he chose to head in a different direction and go to HVAC school after high school. Martin’s grandfather had been a heating expert back in the day and had a huge influence on Martin’s decision. Fast forward 20 plus years later, he never regrets not going to university. My dad loves Martin and has been working on our HVAC system for years. The other day, he came by for routine heating maintenance to ensure it was ready for winter. I went to help as I usually do, and we talked about different things. Since I voiced that I was considering going to HVAC school, Martin has been training me. This time he had to inspect our house’s heating system and protect the AC. Since we no longer needed the cooling system, Martin had to set up a semi-permanent shed to cover the condenser unit. This would keep out the snow, dust and debris until summer, when it was time to turn on the AC. The semi-permanent shed is made of plywood and took about 15 minutes to secure it.


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