My daddy was an HVAC specialist for his entire life. I was raised learning how tear down air conditioning and home heating equipment. I loved to assist my dad while he was working, and since we spent a great deal of time together, I learned the intricate details of the functionality of HVAC systems when I should have been learning how to drive a car. It only seemed natural to to me as I got older to go inside the HVAC industry. I knew almost everything about it and besides, HVAC ran through my blood. The only issue was that I am a women. I was the only girl in my HVAC classes and I am the only girl HVAC repairman at the HVAC company I am employed with. I would say there is a “glass ceiling” in this business. Many of the HVAC techs I work next to act as though I am a great enigma. I do not allow it to worry me; I know I am a natural concerning HVAC parts. I would bet my abilities against their HVAC skills, anyday. I reckon that they feel threatened by a girl HVAC repairman… HVAC repairwoman, though there is absolutely no reason to, because we have more HVAC business than we can handle. Sometimes, the customers I provide service to also come across as having the same negative outlooks. Older male customers will observe me while I work to repair their central heating and air conditioning systems. I see the panic in their eyes as I work on their costly HVAC equipment. I will be glad to see more females join the HVAC industry and end this nightmare.