Customer locks me out of their house, tools are inside

You never know what you are going to get when it comes to other human beings.

Even when you have known somebody for 50 years they can turn on a dime.

Unblessedly, I know this all too well from interacting with my family. One afternoon most people is pleasant and superb to be around. It feels like we are a real family equipment and we have each other’s backs. A week later most people is fighting like cats and cats. I might not hear from them for another year after some tiny squabble that never needed to happen. To make my life more complicated, I interact with a lot of humans on a regular basis for my task. This means I have a lot of openings to be blindsided by different human behavior. As a certified heating, cooling, and ventilation specialist laboring in a demanding weather conditions I never know what kind of customer I am going to get when I answer their Heating, Ventilation, and A/C service calls. Dispatch sends me out to routine service appointments for central heating and cooling systems plus emergency Heating, Ventilation, and A/C service tasks. Sporadically the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C clients are seriously kind and hospitable. Other times, the owners of ailing heating, cooling, and ventilation devices are absolute monsters. It’s most baffling when my residential Heating, Ventilation, and A/C clients are both personality types in one appointment. This is what happened yupterday when a genuinely nice woman kindly paid me for her air conditioner service and then refused to let me get my tools back. I had left my Heating, Ventilation, and A/C service tools in her basement and proposed a quick trip to retrieve my necessary items. The woman literally shut and locked her front door in my face moments after telling me I was the best Heating, Ventilation, and A/C tech she ever had. Sigh, people.
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