I have been creating websites for eight years and have learned much.
My creativity has gradually grown, and my clients have also grown.
I started building websites for small companies. The main indoor comfort business in town recently requested that I develop a creative website. I had never made a website for an air conditioning company, and though I got their request, I also had to research what they do. Their influence was to explore the place I went to their social media site to see what customers were saying about the company’s service and quality air conditioners. Ironically, my multi-split air conditioning malfunctioned then, and I thought it would be an excellent opportunity to measure their response rate and services. I placed a call to the company, and the a/c serviceman I spoke to seemed to know a lot more about air conditioning compared to what their customers said. He helped me schedule an air conditioning repair for later that day. The air conditioning technicians were punctual and showed up in proper gear to carry out the HVAC maintenance. I gave them another point for this. It turns out my thermostat was faulty and was affecting my unit. Hence, the air conditioning provider sent over an upgraded version of the regulator, and the engineers facilitated the HVAC installation of the device. By the end of that day, I had a new regulator, and the air quality had increased significantly. The service I received from this company assured me that all I read in the review section of its social media sites was the absolute truth. In return, I created a beautiful and functional website that was the envy of the entire cooling industry.