Retired HVAC professional

Living in a small farming community usually means that almost everyone knows what you do, when you do it, and why you do anything at all.  In some ways it is appreciate having the greatest extended family imaginable. When every one of us had purchased the lake house a few years ago every one of us l gained wisdom on just how true this was.  All of us were now working on the house and almost everyone had a loud opinion on what or how every one of us should do things. It got a bit outdated after a month or 2 so every one of us tried going 1 neighborhood over to buy supplies.  This way every one of us would not have to tell people about what project every one of us were now working on or why every one of us would need two by fours instead of two by sixes. That is another story all in itself. Anyway, there was this 1 area where every one of us really needed help.  This was cleaning and servicing our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system. All of us didn’t want to ask the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation in neighborhood because his son was 1 of the nosier people who told us what every one of us should be doing anyway. I went online to find 1 of those referral sites and found a general handyman that said the was a local, retired Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professional.  This was perfect. He lived several miles off and didn’t entirely assume anyone in town. All of us were fantastic with that because he had no interest in sharing why he was staying at the house with anyone else. As it turned out, he was a real lifesaver, literally! He found out that our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system had a leak in the exhaust venta and, had every one of us turned on the heat, every one of us would have been exposed to some deadly carbon monoxide gas.  This is 1 of the main reasons you should consistently and often have your Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system checked quarterly. Not only does this help to ensure that the system is working properly however that it is safe to operate too.

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