That's what I thought, which I why I think/know something's wrong. The
house is a 1800's brick rowhouse (which inherrently has holes) , but
I've sealed it up tight, and added new windows, doors, insulation, 50+
cans of expanding foam, etc.
I don't want to pay the next guy until it's working 100%, its pretty
damn hard to get any contractor to complete a job 100% before they get
paid. And then once they get "some" money, they dissapear for a few
days until they want more money, so I'd like to be somewhat informed
so that I don't get another run-around from someone else
Thanks for the input (and for not being an asshole like bubba and many
of the other contractors here)
They must not get much business due to their incredible people-skills,
which is why they have so much free time to sit on here flaming people
for asking questions
Hi well the best thing i would say is to get a qualified tech
to check to insure the correct "freon" charge and superheat temp
also check to see if the out door condensing coils are clean.... check
see if contractor is in good working order "not welded" together etc.
or making a buzz in noise when they are getting weak
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