Some people say that a single man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and this week that ancient saying prove to be undoubtedly true stage this week as I was on my way loft from a long day at work, I noticed that there was an unusual metal unit resting on the side of the road. My curiosity was able to get the bus to me, so I pulled to the side and thought that I would check it out. Upon further inspection, I noticed that it was an ancient heating and Cooling unit. My best guess is that someone on the wealthier side of the spectrum had a concern with their ancient unit and didn’t want it being an eyesore on their front lawn, so they found it another place to dispose it. The unit honestly looked a bit run down at first glance, however by the looks of it is still had plenty left to give. I have always been a bit of a handyman myself so I decided that I would supply it my best to service and restore this abandoned heating and Cooling unit and try to sell it for a profit. After enjoying dozens of instructional videos on YouTube, combined with countless cuts on my fingers, I was able to bring the abandoned heating cooling unit Back to Life. Not only was it running an operating, however it was running undoubtedly well. I went ahead and listed it for sale on the web and I have already been getting responses from potential buyers that are willing to pay a pretty penny for it. Who knows, if I can keep this up I can say goodbye to my boring job, and change my job path to 8 vac unit repairs instead!