Changing HVAC technology.

Most people growing up in the 70’s had the same basic HVAC unit in my home town. There was only one dealer and he carried the same brand and style, so there weren’t a lot of choices. I think he did this for several reasons. One of these reasons was that he didn’t have to learn about new technology or be familiar with several systems when it came to repairs. I guess this made sense because it was only the owner and his son that ran the company so both were familiar with how each of the items worked. As the child began to grow a couple of other HVAC companies opened up and they offered some of the newer technology that was on the market. I remember my dad was interested in a different type of system then what we had because ours was inefficient and had been installed in the house or at least 10 years at that point. We had also added on to her house over the years and the old HVAC technician had said that it would be too big of a job to add duct work so the back half of our house was always too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer. With the introduction of new technology we were able to add on to our existing system without causing too much disruption and the new company even installed a separate zone so that when that part of the house wasn’t being used we could keep it at a different temperature. Not long after all of these changes started happening the old HVAC company decided to close its doors because neither the owner or his son had any interest in learning about new systems.

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