What was he going to do with a nearly broken space heater? I decided to ask him what his intentions were for it just out of curiosity
After a good 5 years of use I am selling my space heater. This isn’t the first one that I’ve sold, this is actually the third. I’ve started using space heaters entirely for my heating needs. After how much money I discovered I was spending on my monthly heating and AC bills, I saw no need to continue to use the central heating and AC system. Nope, one day I had enough of spending too much money and so I walked down to my small little heating and AC company, picked up a ductless mini split air conditioner and a space heater that same day and have been doing great ever since. After using my space heater for a while however it eventually came to a point where it was time to replace it. It wasn’t working as efficiently as it used to and so I decided that I would be best if I sold it and purchased a new one. In my area, space heaters are not all that expensive so I would have used them for a few years and then purchased a new one. I knew that I needed to find a buyer and so I posted an ad online for my space heater that I was selling. It didn’t take long before I found somebody who was interested in my space heater that hardly works, but it wasn’t working as efficiently as it could be. It didn’t seem to matter to this person though, which I thought was a little strange. What was he going to do with a nearly broken space heater? I decided to ask him what his intentions were for it just out of curiosity. He told me stuff like this was easy for him, he explained that he’s a heating and AC technician and that he buys broken heating and air conditioning systems cheaply to repair them. I thought that it was pretty cool that he could fix it all by himself like that. He bought it that day.