How do I solve that

After I finished five years in the military, I came back to my hometown. A lot of people left for greener pastures, but I wanted to stay close to my parents. They were both more than 60 years old, and I wanted to be there for them. I bought a house in my old Hometown. The house is an old concrete block home, with three bedrooms and two small bathrooms. The house sits on several acres of land, so I have plenty of room to make additions. I started some construction last month, when I found out that the HVAC unit needed to be replaced. The HVAC unit was already 10 years old, and I anticipated having to buy something new. I hoped it would last another year or two, but I wasn’t surprised when it stopped working. I was very surprised when the HVAC technician told me about the ductwork problems. There were two separate spots in the Attic, where the ductwork was completely detached. Most of the ductwork above the master bedroom has tiny holes. The HVAC technician said these tiny holes could have been caused by a number of things, but he did not see any evidence of a problem at this time. The ductwork problems are time-consuming, but not expensive to fix. Since I’m replacing the HVAC unit, it seemed like a good idea to fix the ductwork problems as well. There is no sense to buy a brand new heating and cooling system, just to lose all of that air to the Attic. I might as well roll down the window and throw money into the sky.

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