Curving a niche for installing HVAC units in custom homes build in humid climates

It took me a while to get my footing in the construction industry.

Competition has been cutthroat, and so many seasoned local contractors bid and win thanks to their vast network, massive machinery, and expertise in the sector.

As an independent contractor coming up, it was a challenging entry point for me. But the break finally came with one client who believed in me. The builder needed a custom insulating custom form for a new build, but no contractor took it up because they thought the calculations were not practical for the square footage of the house. And as they say, the rest is history. Now I manage a thriving HVAC company that installs any HVAC unit for custom builds in and around the state. Impressed with our work, some existing homes that need ac repair or renovations often call us for an overhaul or just faulty parts that need fixing, like an ac filter or air duct cleaning. However, we do not provide full package home services or HVAC maintenance because of the demanding contracts that we handle all year round. Ductwork can be quite demanding. We inspect rooms, calculate load requirements and match all systems accurately, and test them to ensure they deliver good air quality. But our team has an HVAC professional who can advise clients on how to troubleshoot problems associated with the air conditioning system or air conditioner. If a client insists on us taking extra work that is not our core business, I have to subcontract the extra work to a trusted HVAC technician who can help with indoor comfort.


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