The company I work for booked three of us into a lovely hotel so that we could attend a workshop.
The amenities at the hotel were top-notch, but we barely had time to enjoy some of them.
Among the many good things the hotel had to offer, the one I found very interesting had magazines in the washroom, and my colleagues also confirmed that they, too, had them. One of the magazines was about air conditioning. They went to lengths about what happened during the air conditioner tune-up and the importance of getting an a/c rep to provide quality ac service. What I found most helpful was an article that provided a list of things a homeowner could do to care for cooling products without having to call the air conditioning business. They were simple things anyone could do that eventually prolonged the lifespan of cooling equipment. It also discussed the last time we contacted an air conditioning expert for duct cleaning. We seldom remembered that ductwork also needed care. We also noticed that the rooms had an air purifier that one could turn on. Since we lived in the suburbs, we never thought of having an indoor air cleaning system. We all just regularly replaced the air conditioning filter to care for the air quality in our homes. One of us had enrolled in an a/c care program, while the rest called the cooling specialist when we needed air conditioning repair. By the end, we realized that we had learned a little more about air and cooling technology through the magazine and our discussions. We must have been spending a lot of time in the washroom to know so much about heat pumps and other air conditioning installations.