The Ductwork Had Holes in It

All summer, I had been noticing that an part of my house was warmer than others.

It was the guest dining room which rarely got used, however it was still noticeable whenever I walked in.

Every time I crossed the threshold into the guest dining room, I noticed a difference in temperature, however I assumed it was something to do with the sun. There were a lot of windows in the dining room which let in a lot of natural sunroom. I assumed the sun was heating the room to a warmer temperature. I decided to close the curtains to block out the extra sunlight, however that still didn’t help lower the temperature. Upon noticing this, I decided to hire an Heating and A/C contractor to come look at my AC system. If the natural sun wasn’t heating the guest dining room, there had to be an issue with the AC system. The Heating and A/C specialist that came, took a look at everything and I was prepared for him to tell myself and others that something needed to be repaired within the AC equipment. What he absolutely said shocked me. According to him, the ductwork affixing to the guest dining room’s air vent had numerous holes in it, so the cool air was escaping before it made it through the vent. There were so numerous holes and some of them quite large, so I needed to upgrade that portion of the ductwork instantaneously. Thankfully, I didn’t need to upgrade all of the existing ductwork or that could have gotten costly.

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