Next he was planning on pulling out the leaves and weeds from around the outer unit
I often take walks during my dinner hour, and I have many citys that I alternate for my walking routes, then no two afternoons are ever the same considering changes in the weather, wildlife, bikers, cars and service men. The other day the weather was especially agreeable, not too sizzling or cold, not too windy or humid. So I decided to walk a bit further than normal and explore a strange city. I was impressed with the immense homes with appealingly manicured sods and sprawling shade trees. I happened to pass an especially high hedge row along the sidewalk when I could hear someone on the other side, and once I walked past the bushes, I could see that it was an Heating plus A/C repairman performing a Spring repair service. My associate and I chatted for a few minutes, and the conversation naturally led to the service that he was performing on the homeowner’s air conditioning system. He had removed the fan cage from the the exterior condenser/compressor to scrub it out. I couldn’t guess how much debris he had taken out! There was even more junk lying nearby on the ground that he had cleaned off of the fins. He told me that you should never use a power washer to scrub the fins, which he said can particularly disfigurement them. Next he was planning on pulling out the leaves and weeds from around the outer unit. I asked him how much training was required to be an Heating plus A/C specialist, and he explained that our local community school provided a five-month training course. After we exchanged our ‘Have a fantastic day’s’ , I realized how much I had learned about the heating and cooling industry in the short time that we had visited.