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Recently the people I was with and I had a alarming incident happen involving a busted sub pump and wastewater flooding in our finished basement. Every one of us lost a full bedroom, washroom, and half the lower bedroom to the injure. Our proprietor is super frugal and didn’t want to upgrade or fix anything–he will split any corner he can find. But the people I was with and I weren’t having it; terrible repairs could mean mold and toxic waste harming the health of the roommates and our pets. Fortunately, the people I was with and I were able to come at him with a wealth of information and more or less forced him to have an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C inspection. Every one of us wanted to know for sure that the vents and HVAC ducts were safe, and whether they needed to be cleaned or completely gutted. One month later, the people I was with and I had our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation walk through. He had to wear hazmat gear, as the service workers were still waiting on asbestos test results on a single of the walls. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C service worker was particularly thorough and the people I was with and I all applauded his efforts–that basement was disgusting and no a single liked having to go down there for even a few minutes. But he was down there for almost 2 hours going over every inch of the HVAC ducts and Heating, Ventilation, and A/C method for signs of injure. He reported back to us safely upstairs that while it would need to be professionally cleaned and a few lines needed duct sealing, the method had not sustained any major injure. Two weeks later, the came back to scrub and service the oil furnace HVAC ducts, and our proprietor paid the bill without complaint. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation told our proprietor that if the people I was with and I hadn’t urged him to inspect the HVAC duct, the oil furnace could have sustained permanent injure and required a full tune-up. Every one of us ended up saving our proprietor money!

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