He also gave us a list of energy-saving help tips that would help us use the least energy possible.
Winter vacation was something me and my friends had been looking forward to for a long time, and it was finally going to be a reality. One of my friend’s parents owned a home somewhere in the mountains, and that is where we were going to spend the next ten days. The only downside was that the house was off the grid, but that was the best part. The house had a gas furnace, and we had to ensure enough gas to last two weeks or more, so my friend went there two days earlier to ensure that the heating provider did the furnace/heater tune-up and the gas cylinders refilled. Since it was a vacation home, they barely had any home services such as duct cleaning, so the HVAC repairman insisted on looking at the HVAC duct. The ductwork was old, and it needed to be insulated again. He also put in a new washable filter so that the air circulating in the whole home heating system was clean and free of dust and debris. He also gave us a list of energy-saving help tips that would help us use the least energy possible. The recommendations would save us the trouble of calling the home services company in the middle of our vacation. The heating corp did an outstanding job with the boiler installation, and the home was hot and cozy. Because there was no wifi or tv to distract us, we spent most of our evenings roasting marshmallows on the gas fireplace and interacting with one another. The best part of the vacation was the stories we got to share.