I met our local fireplace rep at the store the other day when I was sitting in line at the grocery store.
I was waiting to check out and he was behind myself and others reading 1 of the magazines in the check out stand.
The people I was with and I started making small talk just because I was interested in 1 of the articles that was on the cover of the magazine, and the people I was with and I ended up talking about what the people I was with and I were doing for labor that day. He told myself and others that he works for our local fireplace center here in town, and I thought that was really interesting because I have been in the market for a current fireplace, then of course, then I started talking about gas log fireplaces versus wood burning fireplaces and how each 1 has its own pros and cons. He told myself and others his thoughts on the subject and then he gave myself and others his card so that I could come in and talk to him at the fireplace center and see what they have available. He also told myself and others that he was a certified heating and cooling specialist, which I thought was pretty interesting. Apparently, it’s a big plus to have Heating and A/C training when you are a fireplace specialist working with gas logs and fireplace inserts. I did not even realize that this was the case. I realized that I felt better about having someone coming to labor on a fireplace in our home if they had prior Heating and A/C training and even an Heating and A/C certification. I’m ecstatic that I met him at the store, and I guess I will go in and see him later on this week.