When you are changing career paths, you want to make sure it is not only the right decision for you but also for your family. Logan Services is a family-owned and operated company so we make sure all employees are treated like family and that work-life balance is a priority.
Mike K., an HVAC Service Technician with Logan Services knew that making a career change was the right decision for him and his family to have a better quality of life. We took a deep dive with Mike and asked him questions about his career change and why he chose Logan Services to start over. Read Mike’s story below.
Q: What were you doing before making a career change?
A: Worked in the hospitality field as a chef and restaurant manager.
Q: What were your top 3 fears of making a career change?
A: Will I be able to provide for my family, will this career provide a better quality of life for my family and myself, and will this be a stable career choice.
Q: What steps did you take to overcome that fear?
A: I completed a great deal of research in the industry and available companies. Made sure that my family’s finances and budget was in order to be able to work with a lower income from starting a new career.
Q: How has the decision to start a new career in HVAC impacted your life?
A: Much better quality of life for myself and my family.
Q: What do you love most about your HVAC career?
A: The ability to move around, not always working in the same place. Meeting new people, the work schedule, and the ability to increase pay through sales.
Q: What do you love most about Logan Services?
A: Stability of work, support from management, and quality of life.
Q: What words of advice can you give someone considering a career change?
A: Research the career you are interested in completely. Be familiar with the good and the bad so as to cut down on surprises.
Our team is hiring! Logan Services is looking for talented and determined people committed to a rewarding career providing heating and cooling services to customers. We are offering positions in-office and out in the field in Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati.