Hot, stuffy air was due to the ductwork

For a long time I was just living with inferior AC conditions.

My air was hot, stuffy, and slightly stinky.

What was going on with it? I then realized that I needed to prioritize my cooling istation. Living in Plano, Texas means that I deal with high heat and brutal humidity basically all year. Going without an optimal AC device just isn’t possible. I blamed my main indoor air handler for the stuffy air. I had a Plano AC tech come to my home to inspect the innerworkings. He checked over the fan blades, motor belt, condensate drain, and all moving parts. He cleaned the air filter, added more coolant, and said it was good to go. I tried the AC again and still there was hot air around my house. The AC technician then did some inspecting. Turns out the concern was not with the unit, but with the attached ductwork. There was a crack along the seam of the duct. That crack was allowing the Texas, stuffy air to leak inside the house. The home felt warmer and the AC had to work harder. No wonder my energy bills were so high. The AC technician was able to patch the seam with sealant particles that he shot up in there. It took him less than an hour. There was no odor, residue, or venice of the job. I did notice that my house felt so much colder after he did the ductwork sealing appointment. It shows you that you need to have your AC situation assessed on a yearly basis in Plano, TX.

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