The a/c professional recommended an expensive electric heat pump, but I gathered information that pushed me towards making the purchase anyway.
One thing I liked about my office before we transitioned into remote working was the ceiling-mounted ductless mini-split AC. It worked so well that we barely had any air conditioning issues raised in the two years I was at the office. Each office room included a digital thermostat, making it easy for the staff to adjust the temperatures to whatever was comfortable, depending on the weather and the number of people in the room. Once I started working from home, however, my HVAC installation became troublesome, and I became a regular customer at the local cooling corporation because I was stuck in multiple repairs that required me to buy a part with the guidance of the cooling specialist. It got too frequent that my old quality HVAC unit would no longer help with indoor comfort. The temperatures kept readjusting on their own, and even my thermostat wasn’t any help. The a/c worker from the indoor comfort business eventually told me I’d need to buy a new unit because the regular air conditioner tune-up was no longer helping but costing me more money than it would take to buy a new one. I had been avoiding the reality that I would have to buy new equipment, but since I would be working from home, I had no other option. The a/c professional recommended an expensive electric heat pump, but I gathered information that pushed me towards making the purchase anyway. I love it, and the break from multiple air conditioner service emergency calls was more than welcome. It’s only one year since I got it installed, and I cannot complain. I like that it has affected my energy bills less than I expected.
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