Every cold season, I tell myself that I’m retiring as an HVAC professional, and moving down south. I feel that way after fixing so many furnaces, boilers and central heating equipment lately. I repair heating equipment in-between the horrific snowstorms. But only after we’re allowed back out on the roads, again. I am exhausted after servicing so many heating repairs every cold season. I find myself thinking more and more about retiring to a warmer climate. Maybe not a full retirement from a lucrative business such as heating and cooling repair. But perhaps just a change in climate that might reinvigorate my desire to grow my HVAC business. If I can repair boilers in a northern winter, I can sell air conditioners in the south. I might find a way to grow my HVAC business, and at the same time, enrich my lifestyle. I am getting so tired of fighting the extreme weather conditions. The calls for heating service have tripled in the last few months, and I make good money. Nonetheless, I am exploring entrepreneurial opportunities for HVAC service technicians in other states. I am considering swapping the freezing weather and boiler breakdowns for air conditioning repairs and warmer weather. My family is all for me starting an HVAC business down south, as long as they get to come with me. My parents have always wanted a pool, and they are my biggest fans. They’ll probably even let me service their air conditioner for them while they rest by the pool. I’ll even put them on an HVAC service agreement.