Mom left that morning with strict directions, then I wasn’t allowed to leave the lake house until all the repairs were done, then the people I was with and I had contractors now working in the backyard to mend the fence, but a massive storm had blown a section of it off.
It left a gap that exposed the lake house to the neighbors.
The contractor was busy figuring out how to make the fence stronger to avoid similar problems in the future, but later that morning, the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C maintenance person was coming for the annual AC tune-up. I couldn’t wait because I loved enjoying his work on the a/c equipment. It was our goal to learn the same course in trade school the following year, when I saw the heating, ventilation, and A/C van pull up, I met the AC contractor at the door. He started by checking the temperature control then I switched off the air ventilation unit. The cooling system had been making some noise which mom was anxious about. My assumption was the air filter was clogged up. But, I wanted to hear the opinion of the AC expert. He began taking apart the indoor cooling unit. My thoughts were official because the air filter had lots of debris and dirt. It congested proper air distribution in and out of the house, causing the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan to make noise. Luckily, the situation wasn’t worse since mom had contacted the AC supplier about the annual aircon maintenance as stated in the service contract. After cleaning the air filter, the AC professional began checking the wiring then proceeded to replace the capacitor. After that, all of us headed to the outdoor Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system. It was inside a breathable shed which kept it safe from the elements and our dogs. There wasn’t much wrong with it, so all of us made the choice to go back inside, fixed the air filter, and turned the cooling system back on.
Heating and cooling equipment