I had to stay at an Airbnb for two months while working. The owner had listed that it had an electric heat pump, but once I got there, I discovered that it was a ductless mini-split system. I did not know much about cooling system, but my sister, who’s better traveled, had told me to ensure that whatever Heating and A/C upgrade they had, to ensure that it would have up-to-date filters if I f. to stay healthy. The owner organized for an cooling system worker from the local cooling corporation to ensure I had everything I needed to be assured that the home had acceptable help with indoor comfort. I’m pretty social, so I interacted with the cooling system professional who told me the actual name of the quality Heating and A/C the home had. I also learned how to operate the digital thermostat according to the home rules set by the owner, who was keen on energy saving, and while I wondered about the name mix-up, I was gleeful to have a working AC. My joy did not last long though something changed, plus I could not reach the owner to report it as an emergency. I ended up calling the same cooling specialist who had come in to do the air conditioner service, plus luckily he was available despite the hour. The random air conditioner tune-up showed that everything was okay with the component but found a problem with the thermostat. I had not understood the directions on handling it well plus turned it lower than it would take to moderate me up. That experience made me guess that I would need to add a local indoor comfort supplier to my list of essential maintenance providers close to somewhere I book to stay for work or pleasure.