I wasn’t trying to be late – needed part from work

For as long as I can remember people have told me that I’m too responsible. I have never been the kind of person who takes a day off, treats themselves, or neglects any of their adult responsibilities. I am always so concerned with doing everything right and taking good care of everything I own. I am doubly responsible when it comes to my professional career. I would never want to do a bad job when I am being paid for the service and people are relying on me. This is why I am constantly educating myself and improving my technical skills. It’s also why I pride myself on being timely. I know there’s nothing more frustrating than arranging a professional heating and cooling service appointment and sitting around all day wondering where the heating and cooling worker has gone. I personally have waited for indoor air quality control specialists to arrive for emergency repair services and central HVAC installations more times than I could count. It is infuriating when you are waiting in uncomfortable untreated indoor air and you can’t get a hold of the HVAC dealership to find out when your heating and cooling technician might arrive. This is why I do everything in my power to be on time for every professional air conditioning repair or forced air furnace maintenance job that I am assigned. Unfortunately, two weeks agoI broke my own cardinal rule and left the HVAC dealership without double-checking all of my equipment. I was halfway to my first heating, cooling, and ventilation repair service before I realized that I made a huge mistake. I had to turn around and go back to the shop to pick up a necessary part for the repair job. I was more upset about being 20 minutes late than the HVAC owner was.



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