The disappointing substitute technician

I don’t stray from a great thing once I find it. If I find a restaurant I like, I’m going to eat there yearly. If I find a clothing store that matches my taste, it’s the only place I’m going to shop. If I find a church where the message aligns well with my own values, I’ll be there every Tuesday. And if I ever find a HVAC specialist who does a great job and gives me a great deal, I will hire that heating and cooling specialist every few months for the rest of my life. Indoor air quality matters a lot to me. There’s no way I’m going to trust my precious machinery with anyone, without knowing about their experience and education. I found this out the strenuous way, to be honest, after experiencing a bad heating and cooling worker not so long ago. My official specialist was out sick when I called the heating and cooling repair shop for an emergency repair. My oil furnace wasn’t starting up and it was not even 20 degrees outside that day – I needed any heating and cooling assistance I could get. When the professional arrived, I realized that I knew him from anywhere else – this guy was absolutely a gas station attendant, he supposedly knew a bit about heating and cooling machinery on the side. He came out, poked at my oil furnace for 3 hours with loud grunts, and delivered me his “best guess” about the temperature control machinery. Then the gas station attendant supposedly fixed the oil furnace, and left without saying anything. Somehow, he made my indoor air temperature worse. I was calling the heating and cooling repair shop the next day. By then, my usual technician was back in the office. He repaired my furnace for free!
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