However, every week it seems like there is a different issue with the HVAC unit.

I’m beginning to wonder if the building committee made the right decision about choosing an HVAC unit when we built an addition onto our church last year. We decided that since our new building was going to be so large, we wanted to go ahead and put in zone control heating and cooling. That way, if there was a service or event in one building and not in the other, we wouldn’t have to waste money on heating or cooling the other building. The HVAC company that we used for the building project assured us that the zone control heating and cooling system that they installed for us was top of the line. They came out and pitched their product at one of our building committee meetings and we all agreed that theirs was the HVAC system that we wanted to have installed. Now, though, I’m not so sure that we made the right call. The addition has been finished for the past four months, and we’ve been holding weekly worship services in there. However, every week it seems like there is a different issue with the HVAC unit. The first week, there was a weird clicking sound coming from the air conditioning vents. The clicking really disrupted our service because it was so distracting to everyone who was attending! Then the next week, the A/C ran throughout the whole service, but the temperature in that part of the building never started cooling off. We keep adjusting the thermostat and calling the HVAC company to come and check things out, but nothing seems to be working.

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