Pulling the house services van out of a muddy road

At the heating corp, I could see the clouds get together.

It was just about a matter of time before it started raining.

A phone call roused myself and others from our train of thoughts. The caller was a homeowner who required duct cleaning and a gas fireplace repaired. My fellow Heating and A/C repairman and the rest of the crew were out on a boiler replacement that required them to sit the ductwork from scratch. With that kind of workload, they would be laboring on it the whole morning. I hopped into the house services van and headed to the given address. It was a little further than I had expected however being the only heating provider in that section of the countryside I was not surprised. After inspecting the whole house furnace, I discovered that the gas oil furnace had some mechanical concerns and the Heating and A/C duct had a leak. All these concerns had resulted in high energy bills despite the homeowners applying most of the energy-saving help tips they knew. The a single they failed to do, which was an annual oil furnace/heater tune-up, was the genesis of all the concerns they were facing. The only thing that was in good condition was their washable filter. By the time I finished all the repairs and repair, it had started raining heavily. The drive to the main road was treacherous because it was muddy, and the visibility was not so good because of the rain. Three hundred meters from the house, the van got stuck in the mud. I tried to get myself out of the muddy road, however I failed. The homeowner, who was actually enjoying me, noticed that I was stuck, and he came with his truck and pulled myself and others out.

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