When the HVC technician came to the house to inspect our ductwork, I told him not to step on the rugs.
He told me he wore booties, so there was no way he was going to get the rugs dirty.
I wasn’t worried about getting my rugs dirty. There was a reason why I didn’t want him stepping on the rugs. I had placed rugs over the areas where the floor was weak. There were rugs in the one side room and in the attic. I wasn’t worried about the side room, because it didn’t have ductwork in there, which is why the room wasn’t used. It had no windows, and no air vents. The HVAC technician quickly finished inspecting the ductwork in the basement and said he wanted to look at the ductwork int he attic. I reminded him not to step on the rugs, but I couldn’t remember if I told why he shouldn’t step on the rugs. Five minutes later, he found out. He stepped on a rug that was in front of the ductwork, and he was now lying on my bedroom floor. I called the paramedics, because I was sure he had injured his back or hips. He looked like he was in pain. I told the HVAC technician not to move, and that I had called an ambulance. I also told him I would call the HVAC company and let them know he wouldn’t be back to work. While he was lying on my floor, I asked him if I needed new ductwork. He shook his head, which caused pain, and told me they could repair the ductwork when they cleaned it.
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