Struggling to get a heating repair

My current home is located in a remote area, on a dirt road, and the nearest neighbor is thirty miles away; I am surrounded by fifty acres of woods, and I prefer the privacy, then there’s no sounds of traffic and no need to lock my doors.

There is a negative to residing so far away from society.

The drive to fill my car with gas, visit the dentist or mail a package is considerable, having the ability to order nearly everything I need online has made most demands a lot more convenient. I have my groceries, clothing, postage stamps and even furniture delivered right to my front door! Getting repairs for the electric, plumbing, heating or cooling idea is consistently a hassle, repairmen have trouble finding my house and several of them are unwilling to deliver service in such a remote location, then because of this, I take very fantastic care of my essential systems and equipment. I make sure to drain the water gas furnace every year, upgrade air filters in the furnace and air conditioning and clean the dryer vent always… Just this past fall, when I started up the gas furnace, I observed it was making a strange noise. I instantly called for a maintenance from the nearest Heating & Air Conditioning corporation, however with the outdoor temperature steadily dropping, I didn’t want to risk being left without heat. The Winter time in my local area brings sub zero and snowy conditions, but my driveway and road often become impassable. I gave the Heating & Air Conditioning contractor detailed guidelines on how to reach my home. The appointment time then came and went and no professional showed up. I contacted the same contractor again and was informed that the woman had gotten lost. We stressed a current appointment for the following afternoon. This time, I stood at the end of my driveway and watched for him.

 

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