Dan Billingsley, LEE discussed on Purity Products

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I'll tell you what I've learned so much. And 1/2 an hour that I almost feel like an air expert. But I'm not. And you're probably not, too, And that's why your air conditioning system is probably not running as efficiently and maybe potentially not even correctly, like it should be. But that's why we have our expert. We have Dan Billingsley with us to make sure that a first mine I'm selfish. I'm gonna get my a C working with Dan, but also to make sure that you can as well if yours is not Where it should be. Dan. We talked a lot about duct work in the last segment. But I really want to kind of let that hit home for people because I don't think people really understand as you were explaining to me during the break. Ductwork really is the cause of so many issues that people deal with with their systems, isn't it? Yeah, Actually, it's it's one of the biggest underlying causes of a lot of lot of lot of problems in their systems. About 95% of homes around the area have older, broken, severely undersized duck works that don't fit with today's Today's equipment, air flow rates his equipment. Runs a lot differently than systems that 15 2025 years ago on this causes a lot of premature damage to your new equipment and causes high electric. You know what I mean? So Ah, that's why it's such a big big point of our inspection is to inspect that duck work. It's crazy, then right to have a brand new system to have a brand new air conditioning unit, and you're just restricting how long it's gonna last and how well it's going to work with the duct work, right? Yeah. All that ductwork That's up in the attic. You know, One thing is that, you know, flexible duck. Work on. Lee has a 20 year life span in our climate. Realistically, if your duck works over 25 years old, they need to be inspected. And a lot of times they're gonna have to be replaced in order for your system to run properly to, you know, one thing about you know you're leaking duck work is there's a way I kind of describe it to people. You know if you were to take a five gallon bucket, drill a bunch of holes in it, Fill it up with water, and you carry it from one end to your house to the other By time you get to the other end of the house. How much water you think is gonna be in that left in that bucket And what kind of problem you think you're gonna have, So we're dealing with Ah house That maybe is cool. But it's taking a lot longer to cool. I would imagine Dan that it should, and also, it's costing us a lot more cool than it should, right. Yeah, And you know what happens is you're a lot of times your air pressure's on one side of the house, and then you have them bedrooms or whatever. It's typically most of time. It's a bedroom on the far side of the house. And that, you know, doesn't cool properly at night. You don't People are uncomfortable at night. And you know, that's because By the time the hair gets down there, it loses So much of it towards the addict. There's not much left. To cool that room, and unfortunately people really notice those problems when they're sleeping tonight because that's when they spend the most time. You know in those in those rooms, So I've got another email question here from lives in braid in 10. She wants no her system, she says. It's only a couple of years old and it's under warranty. So why should she have to spend the money to have maintenance done? If it's break If it breaks down, it's covered right? Well, sometimes you don't mean it's actually is required by every single manufacturer, and it's in every single acey manufacturer's warranty paperwork. It's in the fine print, you know, unfortunately, we've seen in the past. You know, Several large warranty claims not be ah, be approved because the customer wasn't able to provide You know, prove that they've had their system maintained the last couple years. It kind of goes back to that. That car deal I told you about earlier. You know if you could buy a brand new car You never change the oil in that motor blows..

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