I assume that in every career that there is, people have things that they entirely love and other things that they completely hate. It doesn’t matter if you’re a plumber or a scuba diver or a brain surgeon, you’re going to appreciate some things about your job and you’re going to not like other things. I’ve been working in the heating and cooling machine industry for the past nine years or so, and I’ve figured out the things that I love and the things that I really hate. I love installation jobs where I get to install oil furnaces, gas furnaces, gas fireplaces, various air purification systems, and central air conditioning machines. Putting in a current Heating, Ventilation, and A/C machine is undoubtedly fun for myself and others and it’s undoubtedly satisfying overall! I love to leave a customer’s residence knowing that their nice current Heating, Ventilation, and A/C machine is functioning correctly and keeping their residence warm and cozy or nice and cool. Plus if they get an air purification system, I always assume I did a fantastic deed for them and their youngsters by giving them cleaner air to breathe inside their residences! On the other hand, though, the thing that I do not like doing more than anything else in my Heating, Ventilation, and A/C career is the dreaded air vent cleaning job. Those are the worst things to mess with, in my personal opinion. You get easily covered in dirt and dust and debris and I seem to always end up with a pretty awful allergy attack or a cold after I finish a duct cleaning job. I try and get out of those tasks all the time – I sign up for as many gas furnace installations as I possibly can and I try to leave all the vent cleanings for the newer HVAC workers at the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C machine dealer!