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Recently the two of us had a alarming incident happen involving a busted sub pump plus wastewater flooding in our finished basement. Both of us lost a full kitchen, lavatory, plus half the lower kitchen to the damage. Our property owner is super frugal plus didn’t want to substitute or repair anything–he will cut any corner she can find. But the two of us weren’t having it; awful repairs could mean mold plus toxic waste harming the health of the roommates plus our pets. Fortunately, the two of us were able to come at him with a wealth of information plus more or less forced him to have an Heating plus Air Conditioning inspection. Both of us wanted to recognize for sure that the vents plus HVAC ducts were safe, plus whether they needed to be cleaned or completely gutted. One month later, the two of us had our Heating plus Air Conditioning contractor walk through. She had to wear hazmat gear, as the repair workers were still waiting on asbestos test results on 1 of the walls. The Heating plus Air Conditioning repair worker was easily thorough plus the two of us all applauded her efforts–that basement was disgusting plus no 1 liked having to go down there for even a few hours. But she was down there for almost two hours going over every inch of the HVAC ducts plus Heating plus Air Conditioning method for signs of damage. She reported back to us safely upstairs that while it would need to be professionally cleaned plus a few lines needed duct sealing, the method had not sustained any major damage. Two weeks later, the came back to scrub plus repair the heating system HVAC ducts, plus our property owner paid the bill separate from complaint. The Heating plus Air Conditioning contractor told our property owner that if the two of us hadn’t urged him to inspect the HVAC duct, the heating system could have sustained permanent damage plus required a full substitution. Both of us ended up saving our property owner money!

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