I had no choice but to upgrade all the ductwork

I’m terribly frustrated with our new apartment.

  • I figured that renting something slightly out of our comfortable price range & budget might yield a better property with newer appliances & great fit & finish throughout.

Instead, I was put into an excruciating residence that has endless problems. The floors had to be removed & repaired as soon as we moved in because previous water destruction had swelled up the subfloor so much in a certain part of the residing room that the vinyl plank was bulging out & starting to crack in various areas. It was disgusting to see all of that mold underneath the old vinyl they pulled out. I wasn’t even remotely confident that the new vinyl flooring would be any better, but I was just glad to have the procedure handled. That’s when I started noticing a bunch of leaks underneath our sinks where the p-traps are located. The building manager had the plumber in our residence for numerous days patching leaking sinks. But, the worst thing of all came when I had a private Heating & Air Conditioning machine inspector look at our HVAC duct. I couldn’t get the temperature inside below 72 degrees & I was convinced the temperature control & air handler where working from the initial inspection upon our original move-in date. I assumed that if there was something wrong with our HVAC machine, it had to be the HVAC duct or condenser. The condenser was in decent shape, however the harshly cheap & flimsy plastic HVAC duct that is installed here was totally full of holes throughout. My professional said it looked terrible. Now I’m expected to deal with a week more of repairs & installation as they rip out the old HVAC duct to update it with new HVAC duct.

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