Plumber recommends HVAC upgrade; he’s the HVAC tech

You really have to be careful who you trust these days.

It seems like people are out to get each other more than ever.

This is very unfortunate, especially when you are expecting to interact with a trustworthy professional when you’re out of your element. Recently, I feel like I was taken for a ride after trying to arrange a simple plumbing repair. For as long as I’ve lived in this house, the toilet has run all the time. I finally had a plumber out to inspect the failing water management system. It seemed like he knew what he was talking about, especially when he mentioned my indoor air quality. For some reason, the plumber promptly was concerned about my central heating and cooling system. He managed to repair the plumbing issue, but turned his attention to the poor bathroom ventilation, inefficient energy expenditure of my outdated heating and cooling system, and necessity for a full duct cleaning. The plumber was telling me about advanced dehumidification systems to manage the humidity and mildew growth in my bathroom when I interrupted him and asked if he could recommend an HVAC dealership. I was convinced that my air quality must be terrible if this tradesman was taking so much time out of his day to talk about improving my central HVAC. A few days later, when my certified HVAC technician arrived for the heating and cooling inspection, I understood the plumber’s immense concern. When I opened my front door, I found my plumber standing there in an official HVAC uniform. He was only a plumber on the weekends, otherwise he works as an official air quality control specialist.

Air conditioning worker