An Heating and A/C installation that went wrong

My parents had sold their lake house and moved to one that had less square footage. The many of us, our siblings, and I were distraught to see the home the two of us all grew up in being sold however the two of us knew it was necessary since all of us had moved out and it was just the many of them now. A smaller home meant less room to heat and therefore less energy to heat the whole house. They had contacted an Heating and A/C provider and substituted to an Heating and A/C zone control system that was not just nice for temperature control it also saved energy or at least it was meant to. After a while, they noticed that their energy bill kept changing and they could not locale a finger on what was the culprit for the spiking energy bill. A neighbor of theirs advocated them to contact a homeowners solutions supplier to have their Heating and A/C installation took care of; When the Heating and A/C professional came he did a thorough check and noticed some leaks on the Heating and A/C duct. The Heating and A/C tech had not done the installation properly and the vents were not properly sealed. Due to this incompetence, a duct cleaning had to be done after the leaks were sealed. The air duct cleaning would improve air quality even though they already had an air purification system. An whole-house air purifier is one of the air quality systems they had insisted on when they moved to that new house. Despite that drawback, they had settled pretty well in their new lake house and they were sentimental every bit of it. They could not wait to show off their pool to their grandkids.



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