As the years have gone by I have started to realize quite a few things.
One of the main things that I have realized during this time is the fact that most people are more than willing to give out advice, but what they recommend might not be what you need.
As an adult this has been hard for me to accept because I am the type of person that is always looking to appease everyone, but most of the time this only leads to being taken advantage of. For example, when I first moved into my house I was having a hard time finding an HVAC ventilation, heating and cooling company to help me out with an AC installation. After getting flustered and nearly giving up on my search I decided my next best option was to reach out to my next door neighbors for help. My parents would never lead me astray, right? They ended up putting me in touch with a man they had been friends with in college who used to have his own HVAC ventilation, heating and cooling company. It seemed like a good idea since he was willing to do the job for cheap, but it ended up being a complete and total disaster. As this former HVAC repair tech was working on my unit it was clear to even a person like me that his days of installing AC units were past him. I didn’t want to be rude, however, so I let the man keep doing what he was doing. Many hours later I ended up with a poorly installed unit that would hardly turn on. I would say listen to my advice and hire only HVAC repair techs you know have solid experience and multiple reviews, but advice from strangers isn’t always a good thing