7:00 AM: Gearing Up for the Day

As the sun peeks over the horizon, I’m already grabbing my toolbox and heading out to the first job site. Being an HVAC technician at CBM Heating & Air, LLC means my days are filled with a variety of tasks, from routine maintenance to emergency repairs.

9:00 AM: Residential Tune-Up

My first stop is a regular client’s home for their bi-annual HVAC system tune-up. I carefully inspect and clean every component, ensuring optimal efficiency and performance. It’s crucial to catch any potential issues before they escalate into costly breakdowns.

  1. Check refrigerant levels
  2. Clean or replace air filters
  3. Lubricate moving parts
  4. Test thermostat calibration

12:30 PM: Lunch Break and Scheduling

After a productive morning, it’s time for a well-deserved break. I grab a quick bite to eat and check my schedule for the afternoon. Our dispatch team keeps me on track, ensuring I’m always where I’m needed most.

2:00 PM: Commercial HVAC Installation

The afternoon brings me to a new office building under construction. Our crew is tasked with installing a state-of-the-art HVAC system to keep the future occupants comfortable year-round. Teamwork is key as we coordinate the installation of:

  • Ductwork
  • Condensing units
  • Air handlers
  • Thermostat controls

5:30 PM: Emergency Call-Out

Just as I’m wrapping up at the construction site, my phone rings with an urgent request. An elderly couple’s air conditioning unit has stopped working, and they need immediate assistance. I quickly navigate to their home and diagnose the problem – a failed compressor. With their permission, I arrange for a replacement unit to be installed first thing tomorrow morning.

7:00 PM: Wrapping Up

After a long but rewarding day, I head back to the office to file my reports and restock my van for tomorrow’s jobs. Being an HVAC expert at CBM Heating & Air, LLC means no two days are ever the same, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. Keeping our community comfortable is a responsibility I take pride in.