After Last year’s hurricane tragedy, the homeless shelter did not reopen.
Once the governor resettled the people who had lost their homes, the shelter remained closed. After learning about a homeless person who died from the winter cold, I decided as an HVAC business; we would provide help with indoor comfort to the homeless by getting new HVAC equipment from the HVAC provider and fitting it. We would reopen the shelter’s doors to the homeless and have a place to warm up during winter. It was a good year for the HVAC brand as we introduced new HVAC technology, successfully accepted by the HVAC industry. We amassed quite a high profit and wanted to give back to the community by providing shelter to the homeless. We first assessed the shelter’s current HVAC unit, which was in horrible condition. It had long stopped working, and most of its components had rust. The HVAC repairman spent hours removing the old broken-down system. He then cleaned the location before the HVAC professionals did the HVAC installation. We worked on the system at the shelter for a week as the construction workers renovated the building. It was all teamwork. The shelter was ready for occupation within two weeks. We opted for a Wireless thermostat to simplify the control of the quality HVAC system. The government assigned a social worker to help maintain the shelter. It was a joint coordination between the government and my company. We guided the government official on the tips of effective HVAC maintenance to preserve the unit’s proper function for a long time. The mayor awarded us the loyal hearts award for caring for the community.