Jason and I went to the same high college back in our hometown.
This was among the smallest towns in the section with only about 600 residents.
I was always eager to finish college and transport away since I felt the small city was too stifling, and jason shared my sentiments and went on to join the military after high college. He’d later do multiple tours in Afghanistan before retiring. Later, he told me he didn’t feel he had what it takes to keep serving in the military. Jason managed to adjust back to civilian life and went to Heating, Ventilation, and A/C college. He knew he wanted to work with his hands and his mom advocated becoming an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professional. He had wonderful experience with mechanical stuff from the military. So, reading to become an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professional was a walk in the park for Jason. Instead of getting a job after he received his Heating, Ventilation, and A/C certification, Jason began his own A/C business. He lives in an section where it’s so sizzling that all homes need an A/C component for the whole year. Jason’s company started off with just him as the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C expert and company employer. Now, he has a team of 10 Heating, Ventilation, and A/C experts laboring for him and multiple other staff to help the company run smoothly. On top of that, Jason has added plumbing and electrical services to his business. Now, homeowners can contact the A/C company to sort out , plumbing and electrical problems in their home. Looking at all the positive reviews online in regards to Jason’s A/C business, it looks love he is doing an excellent job. I’m so proud of him for the work he’s done since leaving the military.