The grand opening of the local heating corps almost goes wrong

When we were a few hours from opening, the central heating started making a whizzing sound, I quickly contacted the repairman who claimed that the condenser needed to be lubricated since the moving metals of the ductless HVAC were rubbing against each other causing the whizzing

We were reopening the HVAC store after one year of closing down. We had gone through such difficult finances last year that we could not stay open so we filed for bankruptcy and closed the shop. Since I always pull myself up by the bootstrap, I looked for alternative ways to make money to pay off the debts. Most of our customers were invited to the opening and we had some of the new heating units on sale that day. Every one of our outsourced HVAC techs was also meant to show up. My heating corp was popular among the locals and we had a lot of customers from in and surrounding areas. We had racked up positive reviews over the years for providing extra satisfying services. Before closing down, we were contracted to supply heating and air conditioning systems, we also did some boiler installations. As an after-sales service, we offered one session of furnace/heater tune-up free. In addition, we provided each customer with our pamphlet of energy saving help guidelines. We were in the final preparations for the grand opening, where we were debuting a newcomer in the market, the geo heat pump as well as other smaller units such as the oil heater and the portable space heater. The wireless thermostats had been a fan favorite for a while now and we always made sure not to run out. When we were a few hours from opening, the central heating started making a whizzing sound, I quickly contacted the repairman who claimed that the condenser needed to be lubricated since the moving metals of the ductless HVAC were rubbing against each other causing the whizzing. Once fixed, we were able to keep the store warm using the newly fixed electric heating system.

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