My heater does still run

My central cooling plan was only more than 2 years old when we started having some complaints with performance.  As the outside temperature warmed up, the A/C started struggling to handle the demand. The home felt a bit boiling as well as sticky.  I lowered the thermostat by more than 2 degrees, but this simply caused the cooling equipment to strain harder as well as run for even longer cycles.  It rarely shut off, as well as the air began to aroma unpleasant. I was forced to dust as well as vacuum far more often because of a greater influx of airborne contaminants.  When I got our electric bill, I was truly unhappy. The cost had nearly doubled. Since I am diligent about air filter changes as well as annual, professional maintenance, I could not imagine what was causing the problem.  I called our official Heating as well as A/C contractor as well as set up an appointment for service. The Heating as well as A/C contractor tested the inner laborings of the cooling equipment, as well as said that everything was fine.  She then tested out the duct plan as well as found tiny holes as well as leaks at the seams. These imperfections were enough to allow a good deal of the conditioned air to escape. The holes also brought in contaminated outside air, which was responsible for the aromas as well as pollutants.  The duct sealing process was surprisingly quick as well as non-invasive. The worker first sealed off all of the supply as well as return vents, as well as 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 as well as created an air slim seal.  

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