News release — Inspector West on the lookout for Home Energy Thieves

Window Suspected of Stealing Heat and A/C

Home Inspector

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

LOS ANGELES, February 8, 2016 — Inspector Jonathan West is tracking a series of robberies within the Oc and Inland Empire areas, where homeowners have fallen victim to heat loss from other homes this winter season. These thefts mirror some losses of air conditioning in the same region throughout the summertime, and authorities suspect the thefts are seasonal.

Inspector West claims Mr. Payne Window would be to blame for a lot of the area heat robbery. Windows getting old and weak, but that actually fuels his crime spree, Inspector West charges. These homeowners hit by old Window feel it directly within their wallets. They only cant keep heat safely indoors when hes lurking around.

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Local homeowners are frustrated also. The John Smith of Chino Hills states that Mr. Window has hit his house every season since he bought his home: Were losing so much air that our bills are through the roof. Its worsens each year.

In a interesting twist, Inspector West isnt directly chasing Mr. Window to solve the crimes. Instead, hes looking for his double.

Catching just one Payne Window doesnt help whatsoever. Nobody actually wants him around. What we should should do is find his mate, his twin brother. When low on information about Windows sibling, West explained the only way to help keep valuable heat locked in homes is by using Payne Windows double.

Double Payne Window, and youve got damaged whipped cream everything. He proceeded to describe that although his crimes are lots of, single Payne Window is just old and lonely. Having a partner, he performs greater and definately will allow homeowners to avoid being concerned about heat and A/C losses.

When asked how residents can safeguard themselves, Inspector West had these suggestions: You need to be willing to put an end to Payne Windows single life. Help him. Find him a partner to double on top of, and youll solve the problem.

For anyone unsure if theyre victims of the still-single Payne Window, Inspector West is much more than pleased to have a look at their homes for signs of trouble. Inspecting houses is exactly what I actually do, he declared. If theres an issue, I will think it is and help homeowners using the advice they have to fix any issues — whether its about Window or other house crimes.

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