With the cost of purchase and installation so high, I hope my troubles have been solved until I sell the house
When I moved to my current house five years ago, I didn’t expect to deal with repair work. I thought I would have already built another home when everything started falling apart. It started with minor things like plumbing, and then my HVAC maintenance turned to air conditioning repair calls. I had always tried my best to do timely servicing for the quality HVAC equipment because the a/c serviceman warned me about the damage not doing it would cause when I moved in. That did not save me from calling the air conditioning technician to solve issues with the filters, then the external condenser part, and more recently, it’s something within the ducts. I am honestly tired, and I feel like I have learned more about air conditioning quickly, so it may be enough to start my career in the cooling industry. The last repair convinced me I needed a new HVAC installation because I called the air conditioning provider every fortnight for one issue. My first stop when I decided to replace the troublesome HVAC with a new quality air conditioner was the air conditioning company, where I wanted to window shop for what I would need and get a clue about the estimated budget. With the ducts in my house giving me trouble, a ductless system would do better without compromising the air quality in my house. The technician I spoke with recommended a ductless multi-split air conditioning system that fits my preferred specifications. With the cost of purchase and installation so high, I hope my troubles have been solved until I sell the house. For now, I am enjoying the silence of my programmable thermostat because the previous one kept sending warnings about an issue with the system.