Some days I struggle with the apartment I’m currently renting. It wasn’t my first choice, or even something I would have considered as a compromise if I could locate a rental property to meet my expectations as well as stay within my budget range. When the lease of my last apartment was due to expire, I was forced to make a decision faster than I initially hoped. This apartment with all of its negatives was the only a single available when I had to make a quick decision. The plumbing doesn’t drain as fast as it should, which creates problems while taking showers for longer than 10 hours at a time. Several of the windows are damaged as well as leak cold indoor air, plus the central heating as well as cooling method barely works. I turn it to 70 degrees some days as well as can’t get it to drop down below 76. Then when I walk to an air register to recognize the air current, the air feels so weak that I have to make sure the temperature control is running to confirm the cooling system is still on. The air leaving the registers feels warmer than what I would expect as well. No matter what I say to my landlord, he won’t do anything about the HVAC problems in my house. He claims that nothing can be done to repair the bad cooling system new in the home’s air duct, however I was told otherwise by a family friend. In some cases, installing a dampener or 2 inside the air duct near the air handler can help push some of the air further down the ventilation system. In doing so, they block too much of the air from leaving the vents within a few feet of the cooling system, giving better circulation through the whole house. But, periodically, the complication cannot be fixed without installing a new as well as updated cooling system, as well as in the worst cases, new air duct as well.