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  1. #14
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    I have my name AC-GIRL because that is what the customers say. “The ac girls that were here or can I have the ac-girl that was here” So that is why I am the ac-girl, they never remember my name.

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    Welcome to the site AC-Girl.

    Female technicians are a great addition to any company. Welcome and enjoy your stay here! Don't forget to read the rules!

    hvacsteve82

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    Quote Originally Posted by AC-GIRL View Post
    I have my name AC-GIRL because that is what the customers say. “The ac girls that were here or can I have the ac-girl that was here” So that is why I am the ac-girl, they never remember my name.
    Don't feel bad, I get calls all the time requesting a certain tech and they rarely remember the techs name...they usually say, "Can I get the same guy that was out last time?".

    At least they are requesting you...must be doing something right. My oldest daughter (age 9) will be a pretty good tech by the time she is 18...seeing as how she started when she was 3 (my avatar).
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    There really isn't a legitimate excuse for not doing the job correctly!

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    Thank you for your encouragement to the sit. I like reading the threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oregonhvac View Post
    I'm new here myself but, welcome. I know your working on it but you should get your posts up and apply for Pro status. That's what I have done, but come to find out the process can take a few weeks after you have applied? Who likes to wait? Reading through some of the replies to your posts makes me think about my two daughters? If you had said hello as "a/c-boy" do you think people would be interested in your profile, or made rude comments? I think not! So thank you for your hard work, because people like you will make life better for the next generation.
    Good Luck!!
    WHat are you talking about? It is always recommended to have your profile filled out. What rude comments? Maybe if you were a member longer then a couple WEEKS you would know this..
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    Welocme and I will say that there just arent enogh women in the field and I respect you for your hard work. Hope we can share some trade info some time.

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    The only difficulty I can see with a woman in the HVAC biz is the legendary "plumber's crack".

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    welcome ac girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Frank
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
    YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oregonhvac View Post
    I'm new here myself but, welcome. I know your working on it but you should get your posts up and apply for Pro status. That's what I have done, but come to find out the process can take a few weeks after you have applied? Who likes to wait? Reading through some of the replies to your posts makes me think about my two daughters? If you had said hello as "a/c-boy" do you think people would be interested in your profile, or made rude comments? I think not! So thank you for your hard work, because people like you will make life better for the next generation.
    Good Luck!!
    Maybe you feel slighted since your having to wait a little for your access to the pro forums, but that doesn't give you the right to accuse anyone of being rude or wanting to troll her profile. Take a chill pill, it's gonna be ok.

    Welcome a/c girl, there are a few females on here and none have been molested yet
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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by garya505 View Post
    The only difficulty I can see with a woman in the HVAC biz is the legendary "plumber's crack".
    That’s right. It’s up farther and on the north sit and not on the south site.

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    LOL!

    you will do fine here!!!!!!!!

    8 posts!
    Quote Originally Posted by AC-GIRL View Post
    That’s right. It’s up farther and on the north sit and not on the south site.
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
    YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!

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    I need to change my user name to

    the short fat guy with long hair!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AC-GIRL View Post
    I have my name AC-GIRL because that is what the customers say. “The ac girls that were here or can I have the ac-girl that was here” So that is why I am the ac-girl, they never remember my name.
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
    YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!

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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by mcljkl View Post
    Welocme and I will say that there just arent enogh women in the field and I respect you for your hard work. Hope we can share some trade info some time.
    I hope we can. And I hope to learn some things from you.

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