Regular AC didn’t stand a option against beach

They are built certainally to withstand sand and saltwater erosion

I’m the first to confess that I’m an seriously frugal and thrifty human being. I am not embarrassed to tell you that I like to save a buck. I’m not expensive when it comes to buying things for myself and I do not cherish the corporation of people who need to throw money around to have a relaxing time. I’m much happier just keeping things simple and cheap, and seeing my savings build up over time. I shall try to make do whatever I can in order to save some cash. I like to think outside of the box when it comes to finding affordable solutions. That’s why I was convinced that I could replace our beach home cooling system myself. It is my family’s seasoned beach house, which was left to me about a decade ago. I went to visit the little household and found that it had started to fall apart. The cooling system, in particular, was not operational and needed an immediate replacement. Obviously, being down on the beach, a cooling system is necessary. There’s so much sun and humidity that you need indoor temperature control at all times. I happen to have an seasoned central air conditioner unit up north that was not being used. I figured I could pull it out of storage and install it in the beach home by myself. Problem solved! My relaxing friend and I would have AC again! What I did not realize when I was trying to be thrifty, was that beach homes require certain air conditioner units. They are built certainally to withstand sand and saltwater erosion. Within two months of hauling my AC unit down and installing it in the house, the cooling system had died and needed replacement. This time, I asked a professional Heating, Ventilation & A/C tech for help. Sometimes you just cannot be Thrifty.

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