It’s really hard for a small business to stay afloat.
It’s important to pick the right business and timing is important too.
I decided to attend technical school after high school and I learned how to repair and service heat pumps, furnaces, and air conditioners. I found a job working for a Tampa Bay service provider. Not long after I got the job, I was promoted to the lead technician position. I learned really quickly about all of the different systems. Two years later, I decided to start a company of my own. I handle most specialty heating and air conditioning equipment as well as air filtration equipment like air purifiers, water filters, and air cleaning equipment. I install ventilation systems and ductwork. I have a large amount of commercial business, because I am one of the only companies in the area that have a crew of Nate certified technicians on staff. A large commercial repair company came to town about 2 years ago. I honestly thought I was going to be in trouble, because the place had low prices. Thankfully for me but unfortunately for the customer, the place did not have very good customer service. The reviews were horrible and the commercial repair company in Tampa Bay went belly up in less than 2 years. My business is still thriving after 10, so I am clearly doing something right that other businesses aren’t doing. My prices are competitive and I work hard for all of the technicians to maintain a great relationship with the customers. I believe we go the extra mile and I am almost certain this is the reason why we stand apart from the other competitors.