She got in touch with a nearby HVAC business, and they sent someone out the following morning early to check the AC
Mom and I co-own a small bakery in the neighborhood. My mother has always enjoyed baking, even when I was a young child. The neighborhood kids used to swarm to my house just to indulge in her treats. Additionally, their parents placed orders for a variety of baked goods to be added to the menu for Sunday dinner or for special occasions. Dad was an HVAC technician at the time, saving mom from having to find employment. Instead, she would use this side business to supplement the family’s income. Her goal was to start a bakery where she could sell her goods to many customers. Dad even started saving money to make the dream a reality for her. But he became ill when I was 16 and died not long after. This meant that in order to keep things afloat so that I could attend college, we had to take money out of our savings. I assured my mother that she would one day own the bakery of her dreams, and fifteen years later, business is booming. We had so much going on last summer that we completely forgot to have the AC at home service. When mom arrived home one evening, she discovered the AC was broken. She got in touch with a nearby HVAC business, and they sent someone out the following morning early to check the AC. In addition to a defective part, the AC specialist also discovered mold inside the unit, which was very concerning. For the AC to work properly again, she had to perform a thorough repair and cleaning. Mom expressed her satisfaction and made a commitment to never again skip HVAC maintenance.