The part that AHS won't cover is an "upgraded condenser coil" which will be an out-of-pocket cost of about $2240.
Yes, the current AC unit has a condenser coil. This is an essential part to make the AC unit function.
Yes. I can forward it via email for your to review.
No, the sample plan's language is different than mine. Maybe because the sample plan is not for the "3x3 combo. plan."
Thank you. Will forward via email immediately.
Thank you for your help and advice.
Anxious to hear your opinion about the AHS contract.
According to the HVAC experts, the current condenser coil would not be compatible with any new condenser unit. That's why a new "upgraded" one is essential to the proper functioning of a new unit.
Don't understand what you mean by "chiller."
Please refer to specific part of contract that supports my claim for a new condenser coil.
Thanks so much.
You've provided 2 different answers. First was that the additional part was not covered. Second one was that it was covered. Which is your final opinion?
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