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.
Every one of us started making small talk just because I was interested in 1 of the articles that was on the cover of the magazine, and we ended up talking about what we 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 entirely interesting because I have been in the market for a up-to-date fireplace; Of course, then we 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 provided 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 professional, which I thought was pretty interesting. Apparently, it’s a big plus to have Heating, Ventilation, 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, Ventilation, and A/C training and even an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C certification. I’m glad that I met him at the store, and I suppose I will go in and see him later on this week.