This is genuinely going to be a problem

Living down south I forget about different the weather use to be when I was up north.

  • When I first moved out of my parents I moved into an historic building that was over 100 years old.

The building and architecture itself was gorgeous and made me feel as though I was back in time. The boiler, however, was unbearable. Again the household itself was over 100 years old so the only furnace I had was in my lavatory. This was ideal seeing as how I liked taking showers in the afternoon and would be able to enter the lavatory and take a sizzling shower and remove the curtain without getting a chilly blast from the rest of the house. It was also nice to know in the middle of the night if I had to run to the lavatory I wouldn’t be shivering while doing my business. Now that I am down south I do periodically miss having a lavatory furnace as the weather can get a bit cooler and so taking sizzling showers it still slightly inconvenient. I do though have a much better Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C system than the historic house, however, the system itself isn’t as strong as the furnace so there are some days where I get a bit too sizzling or too cold. During those afternoons I think back to my old household and am grateful that I can at least get air flow throughout the household I’m in now compared to just in the lavatory.


Residential heat and AC