The biggest benefit I would like to share working from home office remotely is: water damage. Just from my own experience, it happened yesterday, my home have a finished basement, and so I walk up and down all the time for work. Yesterday as I went down I noticed sound of water spraying somewhere, then as I step on the carpet, I noticed it was wet, and found out the main water valve shut off meter spraying water, I immediately shutoff the main water and inspect. It turns out between the water valve shutoff and the meter seal leak. Being that I don’t have time for this and we need water, so I called RotoRooter, they came within an hour, inspect it and and open it, he noticed the metal connector seal cracked.
Long story short, he had to go back to his warehouse and get the proper connectors, regulator, new one, and replaced it, fixed. No more leaking and under warranty. Thanks god.
Thanks god that I work from home, imagine that if I’m not home or no one home, what will my basement look like, flood, damage, and so on. The basement has all my computers equipment running servers and Bitcoin mining operations, I spent thousands upon thousands of dollars on computer equipment. Could have been worst, not just flood, but also fire hazard, and permanent damage to the whole basement and everything with it, and probably making the whole structure weak and odor developed into bad air and so on …
Thanks Rotorooter! you’re the best, although you charge an arm and a leg for service, but I can understand why though 🙂