The equipment was stacked in front of the return air vent

My bestie and I recently moved to Orland Park, IL… Both of us have tasks in Chicago, but the price of rent was cutting us. All of us were spending almost $2,000 to rent a 1-family room condo in Chicago. All of us found a 3-family room condo in Orland Park for the same amount of cash! When the two of us decided to move, the two of us knew it was going to be a lot of work to move all of our things from Chicago to Orland Park, but my bestie recommended using a moving supplier… It was rather pricey, but it was an amazingly wonderful idea. All of us didn’t have to do any of the moving on our own. All of us packed up all of the boxes and then the moving supplier sent employees to put everything on a truck. When they got to our new condo in Orland Park, they unloaded all of the boxes and furniture into the house. Everything was in the front room when my bestie and I arrived. All of the boxes were stacked on top of each other. It took about a month before the two of us could unpack all of the boxes, then during that time, my bestie and I noticed the indoor un-even temperatures were starting to get warmer. There was barely any air flow at all coming out of the duct work and the two of us could not figure out why. All of us were going to contact a professional service in Orland Park, but my bestie recommended the two of us concernshoot online first. Imagine how surprised the two of us were when the two of us found out that the reason for the AC concerns were due to some boxes being stacked in front of the return air vent.
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