Working with more than one a/c workman cost me my ac unit

I never take time to look things over.

If I need to fix a situation, I go with the closest option available immediately.

So when my ac started acting up, I was hiring every Tom, Dick, and Harry who claimed to be an a/c workman. I gave anyone a chance, whether recommended, or I bumped into, at an HVAC business. This habit did cost me one day when my thermostat started missing the programmed schedule. On my way to work that morning, I called up a technician who had his posters displayed by the roadside. Back from work as we walked home, I explained to him the issue and he claimed to know the problem right away. Once home, he tested the thermostat and watched how the cooling system and the radiant heater behaved. Minutes later he walked to the mini-split and dismantled it to check the connections. I did not comprehend what was going on but his diagnosis was that I needed a new HVAC, with no proper explanation! I became cautious and asked him to replace the unit, insisting nothing is wrong with my air quality systems. Still unresolved, I was stuck with carrying around the portable space heater to improve heating in the bedroom. Over the weekend I took time and sourced for a professional HVAC contractor who came over and assessed my HVAC equipment before deciding what to do. He asked if I was covered with an air conditioning service plan and if I understood what seer ratings mean. No to both, he mentioned the importance of having quality HVAC and scheduling regular HVAC service from a licensed technician. The situation wasn’t as bad and I managed to avoid paying for a new air conditioning installation had I waited longer.

 

 

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