Asked by Ben Jones, 20815 • Sun Aug 9, 2009
out and he told us that we needed a new evaporator coil. However, as a result of the water leak there is now mold in the drywall in the basement. After cutting out the drywall it appears that this is not a new problem. On the disclosures the sellers checked no for water in the basement. Do we have any recourse for the non-functioning furnace/evaporator coil or the mold?
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