I had to learn the hard way that it’s not a wise transport to entrust a couple of non-professionals to toil on your Heating and Air Conditioning system.
I entirely was going to just call up the Heating and Air Conditioning supplier to handle the repairs that were needed to get everything back in working order, but then some buddies of mine stepped in.
They said that they knew a couple of guys who were really nice at working on all kinds of things including Heating and Air Conditioning equipment. I was a little bit skeptical and I even asked if they were Heating and Air Conditioning certified. They shrugged and said they weren’t sure if they were Heating and Air Conditioning certified, but a single of them said a single of the guys fixed the a/c on her motorcar a few weeks back. I figured if they could fix the a/c in a motorcar, then perhaps they really could help fix my central a/c! So I told them to contact the guys and have them come overâ€¦ When they arrived at my household, they said that this should be a piece of cake. They had all their tools and they started ripping my a/c apart. I was starting to get sad when the job was taking a lot longer than I expected, however after a few hours, a single of the guys came to supply myself and others a report of what was going on. She said that unfortunately, they weren’t able to figure out the source of the problem. She said they tried a few things, but nothing was working. They ended up putting the a/c back together as best as they could and said I would have to call the Heating and Air Conditioning professionals. I was entirely miserable about this and when I finally did get an Heating and Air Conditioning professional on the scene, even she was sad that somebody basically butchered the a/c. She could tell that some non-professionals were working on it and she had a hard time getting everything together the way it’s supposed to be. The job cost myself and others double what it would have cost if I would have just called the Heating and Air Conditioning professional in the first venue.