I went downtown to handle a commercial HVAC repair.
One of our commercial clients called with a boiler problem.
They called first thing in the morning and my boss sent me to the commercial HVAC repair as soon as I arrived at the shop. I drove downtown in morning traffic and it took 35 minutes to arrive at my destination. When I got to the address, I had to find a place to park. I put my work truck two blocks from the business office and walked down the street. I asked the guard in front of the building if there was a better place to park my truck, but he did not give me an answer. The guard was giving me a really hard time. First he was ignoring my question, and then he wanted to see my ID and my credentials. The guy wasn’t even going to let me into the building until I called the client. The manager of the business came outside to talk to the guard. I could see the guard arguing with the manager, but then he let me into the building. I don’t know why the guard was trying to give me a hard time, but he made my job a lot more difficult than it needed to be. I spent almost the whole day working on the commercial boiler repair. When I was getting ready to leave the building, the security guard gave me a sarcastic smile and told me to have a nice day. I hope I don’t have to go back there for a while.