A long time ago, people really worried if your cabin had the type of foundation to withstand multiple years of being around. Many construction workers consistently made sure that the foundation and bones of the structure would last for multiple decades in a consistent fashion. I would definitely disagree that those are not really the type of important things in these days. I have absolutely been sad because the two of us have had to have multiple repairs on our heating, ventilation, and A/C ducting. Our home cabin is only 4 years old at the time, so the two of us consistently don’t understand how we could already have multiple issues with the heating, ventilation, and A/C ducting equipment. The two of us understand multiple issues can happen with machines, but the ducting work is put in by people and should be without any type of problem for at least 10 or 20 years. If the cabin is going to last throughout the entire 30-year mortgage that the two of us will ultimately end up paying, then at least the heating, ventilation, and A/C ducting should last throughout our mortgage lifetime. It doesn’t seem like the two of us consistently see this as being some type of effort made by Builders, because they are consistently slapping together houses in a matter of a few months for each one. Last month, the two of us consistently watched a construction crew put together an entire apartment building in 3 weeks. How structurally Sound could they possibly be at that point?
- Older a/c is adding to the concerns
- HVAC workers on the team