The technician should have removed the cooling coil access panel on the unit hanging in the garage and physically cleaned the cooling coil and the drip pan under it... instead he opted to merely suck the clump of debris, that was blocking the drain out with a vacuum cleaner. or worse blow it back into the drain pan with air pressure... that is a very temporary fix at best.
If you want me to locate a more reputable company for you, tell me which direction you are from the center of the nearest city and I will get you a short list.
Regarding the damage to hood of your car.
It could be the slime mold that has caused the problem.
For that problem I would buy a can of 'rubbing compound' from an auto supply store and use the pad that comes in the can to rub out the affected area.
Then re-wax the hood.
We can go from there.
We are on the honor system here. Please remember to rate my service before you leave today, the company only pays me if you rate my work. It is how I earn a living, and does not increase your charges.
If you need anything else, just let me know. You can continue asking follow-up questions at no additional cost.
Congratulations on making to 87 in such fine shape! I am 74, I consider 87 quite a feat.
congratulations on making it 87! I am 74..I consider 87 quite a feat.