The manager said the HVAC unit was cleaned and serviced and she assured me that no water damage was done to my apartment
Last Tuesday, I was in a hurry to leave my apartment for work. I knew it was going to be an extremely busy day and I got a late start. The pilot light on the hot water heater went out in the middle of the night. When I tried to take a shower in the morning, I didn’t have hot water. I had to wait an hour before I could clean up and get dressed. I was in such a hurry to leave my apartment that I forgot to grab my wallet. It was sitting right on top of the dresser in the master bedroom. I was a little annoyed and aggravated when I realized my mistake, but I wasn’t alarmed or worried since I knew exactly where the wallet was sitting. Shortly after lunch time, I received a call from the manager of the apartment building where I live. The neighbor in the apartment next to mine had a flood and the manager had to check my apartment to see if there was damage. I gave the manager permission to enter my apartment. While the maintenance team was in my apartment, they decided to service the HVAC system. The HVAC system was due to be serviced soon and they thought it was a great time to kill two birds with one stone. When I got home from work, there was a note on the front door. The manager said the HVAC unit was cleaned and serviced and she assured me that no water damage was done to my apartment. When I went to the bedroom to get my wallet, it was missing. I still have not located the missing item.