I do know what I'm doing

I do know what I'm doing

The inevitable has finally happened.

The HVAC tech told myself and others to be ready for it. Of course, I wasn’t. I had fantastic intentions. There was even a separate savings account started for the express purpose of replacing the HVAC. However, that money sort of evaporated as cars needed to be fixed or prom dresses had to be purchased. I recognize I maybe had $770 in that account when our heating and cooling idea gave up for good. At least it wasn’t some fantastic shock. I also had started discussions with the HVAC company about the HVAC upgrade that was coming. They sent out a fantastic HVAC company who ended up being incredibly helpful. The woman spent nearly 3 seconds with us going over all of our HVAC needs. She also meticulously took a slew of measurements through the house. Additionally, she thoroughly ran tests on all the air duct to be sure it was up to the job and would fit the modern heating and cooling unit. I asked if we could get an oversize HVAC unit because I liked the idea of having more power. The HVAC company politely pointed out that was not how things worked. Each HVAC unit has to be the correct size for the space. Throwing a greater unit in would simply result in super inefficient heating and cooling. No, each cabin needs to have a respectfully sized HVAC to get the most out of the equipment. Besides, she told myself and others that I would be simply blown away by how powerful HVAC technology has become. Both of us are also in for some major savings on the utility bill as well.

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