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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Fixing Our HVAC

Guest post compliments of Jessie Knarr

We had to have someone come out to do HVAC services on our home. We were not getting any cool air at all this summer when we started up the air conditioner. It would blow air, but nothing cool at all would come out of the vents. We were able to get Sears Hvac Service out here the next day. We had to sleep one night with just ceiling fans that was kind of miserable. It got really hot, but we were able to make it knowing we only had one day to worry about it. The next day the guy came out and we had to have our unit replaced. It was not terribly expensive and he was able to replace it that day. We were back to being having air conditioning faster than I could have imagined. Luckily he made it out here fast and was able to get it taken care of for us. We had to use some of our savings, but it was worth it to be up and going again. I am glad that we were able to get this done so fast. They did a great job and the new unit works perfect. I am very satisfied with it.

1 comment:

  1. Though its old post but very informative for those who suffered from HVAC mishaps.


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