while I was getting new roof, I found freon was all leaked out from the system and later it turned out the nail used by roofer punctured the pipe in the attic.
The pipe was right beneth of decking when the pipe was turning to downstairs from attic. I have split system (coil in the attic and condensor outside).
My problem is this. After I told him, they just patched the hole they found. They told me some A/C technician would come and solder but it didn't happen. They used the temporary patch and solder themself. They just finished the roofing without A/C technician looking at it. The area with the hold can't be accessed without removing all shingles and deck. The roofing company said someone will come to recharge freons now.
Is it something I can trust what they were saying? From what I read here and there, it's not a way to fix the hole.
Any insight or advice would be appreciated.
Oh..it's thick pipe not thin one that gets hot when A/C is on. it's the pipe that gets cold with a hole and I have 3 1/2 Bryant in Texas