Moving condo knock of the thermostat sensor out of place

I recently moved into this current condo I had been eyeing for ages but no one was moving out. So when I heard that an chance came up, I moved out of our previous dwelling before the month ended. The moving crew I hired did a wonderful job setting up the condo because I would not have had the energy to transport myself. My sister later joined myself and others for a month as I got used to the current place, but for a 3 study roomed maisonette, I care about how each of the 2 floors had a dedicated thermostat controlling each of the cooling and heating unit installed on each floor, however at first, I was distraught that the cost of cooling and heating repair would be high however I think I am disciplined enough to regulate temperature well. With our expertise of more about heating and cooling, energy saving help and tips were at our fingertips. But the month 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 proprietor with current a/c installation demands but the problem I had was minor although now that the worker was around, I advocated him to assess whether duct cleaning was necessary. I also asked to find out if there are any rebates available for residential Heating & A/C and commercial Heating & A/C and if the proprietor was taking advantage of any that are available. He appeared to know more about heating and cooling, whole-house air purifiers, and loft services in general. Once he was done, I decided to get the local repair provider’s contact for future A/C needs I might have.

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