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The final bill was smaller than I expected, but I would still have it refunded

When I moved to a rental apartment, I had no idea I would have to handle heating maintenance and heating repair on my own. Most apartments have such services covered by the owner or a managing agency, but it would be on me this time. As luck would have it, the digital thermostat was not functioning, and the house was cooler than I could stand on my first day there. Every issue with the heating device would have been sorted before I moved in, but it seemed like I was in for push-and-pull situations with my landlord. The only help they gave me was the contact for the local heating dealer who every other tenant used. I decided to deal with my faulty heating technology before pressing for a refund because the HVAC tech fee and any work done could not be on me, yet I had not lived in the house. What a way to learn about the local heating industry. Thankfully, the HVAC serviceman was kind, so I did not have a terrible experience. Apart from the thermostat, the house needed extensive duct sealing for some tears in the ductwork, which was also unexpected and the worst thing to hear. Moving is expensive, but having unexpected repairs made the situation worse. I was unfamiliar with a furnace since I had only used a heat pump, so I left the technician to handle everything as I went to nurse my headache and prepare my case against my apartment’s management. The final bill was smaller than I expected, but I would still have it refunded. Expecting more HVAC trouble, I signed up for home services because I feared I’d forget to do it and spend more.



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