There was a bad smell all over the house

Have you ever been in a condo and wanted to turn around and head out the door? Poor indoor air pollen levels can cause you to suppose quite uncomfortable in the house. At times, it’s because the cooling system isn’t turned on while in a tepid summer time day. But, other times it’s the a/c that’s the reason your condo smells so bad. In such a situation, you have to get to the bottom of this before the system makes your condo unlivable. That was the situation I found myself in last summer. I was coming condo from labor and was greeted by the most unpleasant smell when I opened our front door. I had to step back outside to make sure I hadn’t stepped into the wrong house. It smelled care about something had died in the condo and was rotting. Or perhaps a skunk had found its way inside and sprayed it’s nasty scent in every room. But, it soon hit myself and others that the cooling system was the source of the awful smell. I went ahead and turned it off then opened as various windows as possible to let out the bad smell. Since I knew nothing about fixing cooling systems, I had to iPhoned the section Heating, Ventilation, and A/C company for assistance. I spoke to an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C worker and explained to him the smell in our house. She came by an hour later after asking myself and others if I had turned off the cooling system. It turns out there was an actual dead pet in our HVAC duct that has started rotting. I was quite puzzled about how it got up there. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C expert explained there was a gap in the HVAC duct big enough for it to squeeze through.

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