After having issues with the last heating and cooling supplier, I’m thankful that I haven’t had any problems with the newest one
Sometimes I make compromises on my purchases because I’m limited heavily on selection. I wanted to live on beautiful land where I don’t have to worry about contaminated groundwater, but that pushed me further and further away from any metropolitan hubs. What little selection of businesses I have in my small town and the neighboring ones is what I am limited to, barring any online shopping. As far as basic groceries are concerned, I’m not particularly upset at the lack of variety compared to the city. We get most of what we need at the few locations in our town. The chain grocery store here stocks many of the items that the locally-owned grocery store lacks. If one doesn’t have what you want or need, at least you can shop at the other. This is much more troublesome with contractors, because you aren’t being guaranteed the option to buy a good or service that you’d find in any other location. I can walk into a Walmart tomorrow and buy the same can of milk at the same price as my mother would in her town two states over, but if we need HVAC services we’re left to the quality of the local technicians near our homes. She has more to choose from as far as HVAC companies are concerned, while there are only three in my small town. After having issues with the last heating and cooling supplier, I’m thankful that I haven’t had any problems with the newest one. They offered me a maintenance contract at a lower price than what I’ve seen anywhere else in the past 10 years. The technicians are also friendly and knowledgeable.