Moving house knock of the thermostat sensor out of place

I recently moved into this new house I had been eyeing for ages but no one was moving out.

So when I heard that an opportunity came up, I moved out of my previous dwelling before the month ended.

The moving crew I hired did a good job setting up the house because I wouldn’t have had the energy to move myself. My sister later joined me for a week as I got used to the new place. For a 3 bedroomed maisonette, I like how each of the 2 floors had a dedicated thermostat controlling each of the cooling and heating equipment installed on each floor. At first, I was worried that the cost of cooling and heating maintenance would be high but I think I am disciplined enough to regulate temperature well. With my knowledge of more about heating and cooling, energy saving help and tips were at my fingertips. But the week I moved, the upstairs thermostat wasn’t working well. It was until an a/c serviceman came over to inspect it that I noticed the movers knocked it a bit and the sensor moved sideways. For a while, I imagined engaging the landlord with new a/c installation demands but the problem I had was minor although now that the technician was around, I requested him to assess whether duct cleaning was necessary. I also asked to find out if there are any rebates available for residential HVAC and commercial HVAC and if the landlord was taking advantage of any that are available. He appeared to know more about heating and cooling, air purification systems, and home services in general. Once he was done, I decided to get the local service provider’s contact for future AC needs I might have.

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