Because HVAC consultants have a sense of humor too!
The HVAC community is not without a sense of humor. Well, at least we think so. From the new technician who says “everything’s fine” until you notice his singed eyebrows to the customer who asks for an HVAC system that helps with hot flashes, there’s plenty of opportunity for the lighter side in the course of doing business. Here are some of our favorite stories, memes and poems culled from the Internet:
A skydiver is plummeting toward the ground and passes a man on his way up from the ground. He yells:
“Do you know how to open a parachute?”
The person going up yells: “No! Do you know how to light a pilot?”
Why were there red polka-dots all over the back of the house?
The house painter sat on the AC fan and got behind in his work.
“I pulled into a new customer’s driveway, took out my tools and armed my truck alarm with the remote. I turned around and noticed that the customer was coming out of the garage to greet me. But instead of saying hello, he wanted to know how and why I had opened his opened his garage door! It turned out to be an incredible coincidence that his electric garage door opener was on the exact same frequency as my truck alarm! Every time I pushed the remote button on my own car alarm, it opened or closed his garage door.”
Technician: How long has the AC not been working?
Customer: 2 Weeks.
Technician: Why did you wait 2 weeks to have it fixed?
Customer: My in-laws were here. They were planning to stay for a month.
“I once serviced a furnace in a dark basement where the furnace was installed with the front of it facing a wall less than 2 feet away. So I had to slide in, scrunch down and sit on the floor with my legs crossed to service it. The furnace was elevated a couple of inches off the floor on bricks. I felt something touch my crotch and saw a large rodent staring up at me. I let out a blood-curdling scream and tried, but couldn’t escape. Luckily it turned out to be the renter’s pet ferret. He’d slid under furnace to visit me and check out my work.”
Q: How are computers and air conditioners alike?
A: Both stop working once you open Windows.
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