My systems failed the government testing for HVAC equipment for efficiency.

Once I made enough, I approached a reputable HVAC business that sent over a professional HVAC contractor to replace the inefficient system

There are some tough decisions that we make in life that put us down. I have been through a couple of them and the latest once involved central heating. I once walked into a second-hand store to purchase second-hand HVAC equipment. My central heating system broke down and I couldn’t afford brand new HVAC. So before I made the purchase, I requested the store owner to send me an a/c workman to figure out why the system was underperforming. The appointment cost me quite a sum because I had no air conditioning service plan either. I figured it would be cheaper to buy a replacement than fix it over and over. But I was wrong because what I bought was outside the Government seer ratings range but I didn’t know that until a Government inspector did a random check and declared my system inefficient. I was given 3 months to source for Energy Star-rated models or face penalties. This was like the last straw so I worked extra shifts to save a little more for quality HVAC. All this time I managed without a proper cooling system and radiant heater but I held on by surviving on a portable space heater to save on cost. Once I made enough, I approached a reputable HVAC business that sent over a professional HVAC contractor to replace the inefficient system. The air conditioning installation took half a day and I was beaming with happiness over my air quality systems. This time I promised not to procrastinate on the HVAC service when it’s due no matter how tough things are.

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