When the heating plus air conditioning worker showed up last week, he told my spouse my buddy and I needed new ductwork.
I was frustrated about the price, plus I was just as frustrated thinking about what they were going to do with all that ductwork.
I wanted to guess if they were going to recycle the ductwork or just throw it away. There was already too much metal in the landfills, plus that was never going to biodegrade either. I knew that older ductwork was made with aluminum plus that was something you could get enjoyable money for, if it was recycled. I talked to the heating plus air conditioning worker and asked if I could have the aluminum ductwork when they took it out of the house. I was sure I could get enough money for my motorcycle wheels if I could recycle the outdated ductwork. Dad told myself and others I could have the ductwork as long as I disposed of it responsibly plus I didn’t let it lay in the yard for the next decade. I promised I would borrow my friend’s truck, plus my buddy and I would take it to the scrap yard. Dad told myself and others it was now up to the heating plus air conditioning supplier. They would also remove the ductwork plus upgrade it with flexpipe. If they offered myself and others the ductwork, it was up to myself and others to take care of it. Two weeks later, the heating plus air conditioning workers arrived to remove the outdated ductwork. I talked to the heating plus air conditioning worker who looked like he may be the work employer, plus I asked what they would do with the ductwork. I told him that unless they kept it I wanted to recycle it. He told myself and others to bring the truck to the house, plus they would load the ductwork into the truck for us.