I wasn’t sure if the Heating, Ventilation & A/C serviceman was absolutely an Heating, Ventilation & A/C serviceman.
He was making so several mistakes that I was afraid he was going to split the oil furnace more than it was already broken. I talked to him and started asking some questions about the oil furnace and how long he had been an Heating, Ventilation & A/C serviceman. He asked if it showed? I wasn’t sure what he was talking about until he said he had only gotten off his apprenticeship and I was the first repair he was making separate from his professor. I knew most people had to go out on their own at some time, but I couldn’t suppose he was this nervous. He said he loved being an Heating, Ventilation & A/C serviceman, but it was much easier when he had someone there to talk to. While I was talking to him, he went through the inspection process, and figured out what he was doing wrong. It didn’t take long for him to figure out what he had done wrong, and how to repair it. After another fifteen minutes, he was done with the oil furnace and getting ready to leave. I stopped him before he walked out there and told him he forgot something. He looked at me oddly, and I told him he didn’t supply me the bill. He laughed and said he didn’t need to take care of that when his professor was with him. That was a single mistake that was justified, and I let him get away with it. He explained what he did to the oil furnace, and talked me through the bill, but he wasn’t able to take my debit card separate from calling the Heating, Ventilation & A/C dealer.