Remodeling causes problems with cooling system

My wife and I recently tackled a large remodeling project.

Every one of us tore our entryway out completely.

Every one of us unfastend all of the cupboards, light fixtures and appliances and took the walls and ceilings down to the bare studs. Our new design required us to transfer the plumbing to relocate the sink, and both of us wanted to replace all the electrical wires to meet code. Every one of us installed a new refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, microwave and sink. Every one of us added new cupboards with a tile countertop and recessed lighting. The renovations took us many months to complete. It was harshly inconvenient residing without access to a working entryway, and plus, every stage of the process created so much dust and debris. The tear down was filthy. Once both of us finished the drywall, mudding and sanding caused excessive dust. Although both of us tried to keep plastic over the doorways, the filth went everywhere. Although both of us waited to start the project until the end of November, the weather was unusually moderate and humid. Every one of us went without air conditioning the whole time to prevent contaminants from getting inside the ductwork. Every one of us opened windows and took advantage of natural ventilation and made sure to cover all of the supply vents in the entryway. Every one of us still had problems with the cooling plan once both of us started it back up again. Every one of us noticed that the cooling plan wasn’t supplying as much air as normal and making a lot of noise. I changed the air filter many times right in a row, and it was consistently congested and dirty. Every one of us ended up scheduling an appointment with a licensed Heating, Ventilation and A/C corporation for a complete cooling system service, including duct plan cleaning.
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