96 degrees, heat index 102, took a peek around the corner while waiting for the agent to call back with the combo code, saw some water dripping out of the condensate drain, heard the unit running out back, :mrgreen: woohoo! Its going to be cool inside! Went inside and found the house at 87, t-stat set on 80
10 yr old house, client showed up later and asked if the unit could just be charged up, I explained to him that it probably has a refrigerant leak and that the bank may have someone charge it up but it could leak out again so he needs to get his own HVAC guy out there to see what all is wrong.
So I find out today it has two leaks and can’t be repaired “due to the location of the leaks, can’t solder it” , “new unit needed” $$$$$
There should be a law against banks offering houses for sale they know nothing about. The sign in sheet put there by the property preservation company said the house was in “good shape”. I would guess about $3k plus the new hvac system for a total of $7k to $10k depending on who you hire to fix everything on this little gem.