I can read the manual

My dang landlord is one of the most frugal people I’ve ever come to meet. I totally get that times are difficult and everyone needs to tighten budgets and slash on costs wherever possible. That being said, my residence is not the spot to do such things. Ever since my old sub pump broke and I was forced to hire a company to rebuild a part of the house, it’s been dreadful. Almost every step of the way, he’s there trying to break another corner, some of which are hazardous to my well being. He called the rehab crew and asked them to save the carpets, even though they were covered in sewer water. My landlord thought if they were simply cleaned effectively, they didn’t have to go; The rehab crew was smart enough to tell him he was wrong, and now that the work is all done and I had prayed that the nightmare was over. Sadly that’s not the case. Now I needed to be properly inspected before I can live in my own house again. There is also the matter of the oil gas furnace radiator parts in huge piles on the floor, not yet built up back together. I made the decision to take the task into my own hands and tell the landlord that he should to hire an Heating and A/C company to  help me put them back together and inspect the system once and for all. No one actually knew if the flood water had effected the registers or any other aspect of the central heater! Luckily the heating and air conditioner service provider was quick to get to the bottom of things. He had the oil heating system units put back together in a short amount of time, I and took care of the unit from top to bottom no questions asked! Other than the regular cleaning that needed to be done before the Winter season, the oil gas furnace was announced to be in working order.

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