Originally Posted by Rainbird1099
Thanks guys for all of the feedback, The unit isn't loud, I opened the doors so I could here it run, and see how fast it gets warm.
I was happy with how it worked. I did find it has a leak, slight drip coming from the relief valve, the padding under the carpet has gotten wet for 6 or 8 feet outside of the closet, so this should give me more negotiating power.
As far as A/C goes, we work all day too, i have 2 window units in my little house here, and they seam to do the trick. We'll bring those to the new place, and have to hope it is enough.
A leaky relief valve is often caused by something else, most commonly a bad expansion tank(if diaphrapm), if it's a old style air/water tank it could just be waterlogged, bad fill valve would be next on the list and of course it could simply be a bad relief valve. Does it only leak when it heating up and then stop when it's cooling down?