Nothing ruins the holidays like your boiler quitting.
The Christmas season looked a little odd to me and my hubby this year.
It was so nice to finally be able to afford gifts for our family and friends. My associate and I usually only get one gift per person, and they are usually budget gifts as well. My associate and I saved up all year long in order to get more gifts this year and nicer gifts! Unfortunately, that did not happen this year either. It was November thirtieth when it all took site, our family was leaving that stayed with us for Thanksgiving, and my associate and I were getting ready to take a long nap after those ridiculous couple of mornings. My associate and I noticed the property was a little chillier than usual, so my associate and I thought that maybe one of our family members had turned the heat down because there were so many people in the house, and it was quite warm. My associate and I worked on the control unit, and the heat was set to seventy degrees just like usual. The temperature of the property was only sixty degrees though. My associate and I worked on to make sure that none of the windows or doors were open. My associate and I could not find and reason why the property would be so cool. My hubby decided to go check the boiler in the basement. He found that it was completely off, and he could not get it to tun on again. It got colder and colder as the afternoon went on. My associate and I called an Heating and A/C company, and they came over within just a few hours. Our boiler had died, and my associate and I had to buy a new one. It took all of the money that my associate and I had saved up for gifts. It was quite a bummer, however least, my associate and I have heat now.