The ceiling in my apartment office almost collapsed on my head last week, as well as I’m looking at a sizable bill to get it repaired; Part of me wants to just tack up some thick plastic sheeting then not worry about fixing the ceiling at all, however, a contractor looked at the disfigure as well as said that it could get worse! Basically I am in a dilly of a pickle for the time being, because it will cost over three grand to fix the ceiling.
I don’t have that much money, as well as I don’t know how I could possibly get it… On the other hand, if I don’t have the disfigure repaired it will eventually impact my HVAC plan as well as my electrical grid. The concern is not with the HVAC plan itself, it was due to the poor work by the contractor when she built this place. The ceiling in my office was obviously done by a rookie, because she secured the sheet rock to the same support holding the air ducts in place. This means that eventually the rest of the ceiling could collapse, as well as bring down the air duct with it! I already need to update the ceiling, the last expense I need is to also update the air ducts. But wait, the concern could get even worse! Like dominos falling, once the air ducts collapse it could rupture as well as disfigure the air handler or other essential components of the central HVAC system. It’s hard to suppose one issue could lead to numerous other issues, but it’s true. I am meeting with an HVAC contractor later this week to discuss my possibilities for repairs, as well as to get a price quote.