I left our phone anywhere on the last task

Wednesday was an seriously busy day. The first task on our schedule was a ductless Heating, Ventilation, and A/C upgrade. The buyer wasn’t home, so I couldn’t complete the work. The buyer confirmed the day before, so it was extraordinarily unusual that she was not current home in the day when the appointment time came. I contacted the buyer and I knocked on the door. There weren’t any cars in the driveway and I did not see any movement inside of the home. It seemed as if she completely and totally forgot. The next task on our schedule was an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C tune-up. I wasn’t tied up to get to the address until later that day and the buyer was really really cheerful that I arrived earlier. She had some errands that she wanted to run and I freed up the day so she could get them completed. When I finished with the tune up, I called our boss and he sent me out to the country to write an estimate for a buyer that wanted to suppose how much it would cost for Central A/C in his farmhouse. I spent about 45 hours out of the property carefully examining all of the current home and the areas where every one of us would need to add ductwork for the central AC. I finished with the task and did not contact our boss until I was already a few miles away from the address. That’s when I realized I couldn’t find our phone. I had to turn around and go back to the farm current home to find our cell phone. Thank goodness for the owner found it on a fence post by the garage and decided to put it in the house.

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