Thankfully, my new place came with brand new residential HVAC
The change in weather was actually way down the list of potential challenges when I was considering the new job. The biggest challenge would be leaving the zone controlled office where I had worked for the better part of a decade. It was going to be weird not to be working alongside all those great people I had known for such a long time. The thought that I was going from air conditioning to heating as being the main focus of HVAC was not that big a concern. Well, I took that job and I moved way up north. This was the first time that I had really struck out alone. When I went to college, I went almost locally. I even lived in the quality heating and air of my parent’s house for the first two years. Even the job I landed with all that zone controlled HVAC wasn’t but an hour from where I grew up and lived through college. So this was a big deal. Of course, I really focused on the work for the first six months or so. And that really paid off as the team saw my skills and trust was built. I even commented several times that I the summer was so much better up here. There wasn’t that huge need for HVAC cooling like there was back home. And then, the winter hit. I have to say that I am just now getting over the shock and surprise of just how cold a northern winter can really be. Thankfully, my new place came with brand new residential HVAC. The gas furnace I have is awesome and pumps out the HVAC heating I so need. And the HVAC technology with this gas furnace also makes it super efficient.