They did a very shoddy job

My husband and I are honestly the hardest working couple that we know. Between working and maintaining and upgrading our home, our schedules stay jam-packed busy. Fortunately, we have lived in our home for over a decade now and have yet to have to deal with a major repair issue of any sort. To commemorate our streak of success–or luck, depending on who you ask, this past month we decided to make an upgrade to our humble abode. After thumbing through our running list of things to do, we ultimately decided on having a heat recovery ventilator installed. Our current heating system was operating satisfactorily, but my husband and I were intrigued when we did our due research on the various options available. In addition to discovering that the HRV is an energy efficient addition to a pre-existing system that recycles old, indoor air and replaces it with heated, fresh, outdoor air, we were enamored with the fact that such an addition is projected to cut one’s electric bill by some 30%. Sold on the idea, we called up my HVAC-certified brother in law for help. Familiar with the type of work we wanted done, he was eager to help us out. After ordering the parts necessary and soliciting the help of a few guys from his shop, my “BIL” got to work almost immediately to get the heat recovery ventilator installed. After just a few days of work, the entire job was completely remarkably well, and my husband and I were able to witness the electric bill-related savings within the first month thereafter.

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