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Air Conditioning Problem Found on Charlotte Home Inspection

July 21st, 2012 · No Comments


Charlotte home inspector Preston Sandlin was inspecting a home in the Ballantyne subdivision in Charlotte when he noticed an air conditioning problem.  He noticed there was evidence of prior water in the pan and around the pan.  You can see the evidence from staining.  The pan had rust and salt staining wich came from. the block holding up the furnace.  What is causing this is that the primary condensation line has clogged up.  and caused and overflow into the pan and the pan is also leaking.  The primary line needs to be cleaned out and the pan needs to be patched.

Preston Sandlin of Home Inspection Carolina in Charlotte NC has been on HGTV My First Sale.  He has also been interviewed by Fox News and is a regular on “Your Real Estate Today” on WBT radio program.  He has also taught home inspection continuing education classes for realtors.  He has been performing, teaching and consulting home inspections for over 15 years. Home Inspection Carolina has over 10 home inspectors and over a 100 years of combined experience in home inspection and construction. They perform home inspections, termite inspections, Radon testing, and infrared scanning in Charlotte, Gastonia, Waxhaw, Monroe, Matthews, Concord, Huntersville, Denver and many surrounding areas.  Call Home Inspection Carolina and let them put their experience to work for you.

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