In South Florida, air conditioning technicians are super heroes. They make life in the Sunshine State a comfortable, cool, and relaxing place to live. Here are 25 reasons AC Repair West Palm Beach techs rule!They know that R-22 and 410-A are not state highways. They use duct tape for its intended purpose. They can say, “I need to vent” but then not complain about anything. They make it possible for people to live in Nevada, Texas and Florida year-round. Would you care to drink milk shipped in a non-refrigerated truck? Didn’t think so. Neil Armstrong wouldn’t have been able to walk on the moon without an air conditioned space suit. They can use the words “Hot”, “Cool” or “Iceman” on their personalized license plate without appearing egotistical. They can help save the ozone layer. They work with macho blower housings, not wimpy ceiling fans. They can say, “I need to get my hands on your heat pump” and not get slapped in the face. They know what a plenum space is, and they aren’t afraid to go inside it. A lot of people say they’re chillin’. A/C Techs really do it. When the weather man brings up the dew point, they know exactly what he’s talking about. Their view of the city is better than the one from the penthouse when they’re working on the roof of a skyscraper. Without them, no one would be able to have a cold one while watching the game. In indoor stadiums, no one would be able to watch the game either. When they hear “get in the zone” they do it. Then they install dampers. Three words: uses power tools. No one goes to the movies and says, “Boy, this theater is nice and hot!” The Romans were the first people to use forced air for heat. A/C Techs have a long history. They can handle a terminal unit and not die. They don’t even get sick. Comfortable employees are productive employees. Are your employees productive? Thank your A/C Tech. People are happy when the A/C Tech shows up at their house. The IRS? Not so much. They get to drive trucks with penguins, flames or icicles painted on them. Only they can stop a Trane!
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