I need to get to it

My central cooling system was only four years aged when all of us started having some complaints with performance.  As the outside temperature warmed up, the cooling system started struggling to handle the demand. The condo felt a bit overheated and sticky.  I lowered the control component by several degrees, however this simply caused the cooling component to strain harder and run for even longer cycles.  It rarely shut off, and the air began to odor unpleasant. I was forced to dust and vacuum far more often because of a greater influx of airborne contaminants.  When I got our electric bill, I was legitimately unhappy. The cost had nearly doubled. Since I am diligent about air filter changes and annual, professional maintenance, I could not imagine what was causing the problem.  I called our proper Heating & Air Conditioning supplier and set up an appointment for service. The Heating & Air Conditioning corporation checked the inner now workings of the cooling equipment, and said that everything was fine.  He then evaluated out the duct system and found tiny holes and leaks at the seams. These imperfections were enough to allow a great deal of the conditioned air to escape. The holes also brought in contaminated outside air, which was responsible for the smells and pollutants.  The duct sealing process was surprisingly quick and non-invasive. The professional first sealed off all of the supply and return vents, and then sent pressurized air into the ducts. The pressurized air was laced with adhesive particles. As the air escaped through flaws in the ducts, those particles stuck to the edges of the holes, built up and created an air slender seal.  

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