Moving into a new beach condo can be genuinely exciting, but not so much when you wake up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom, but then you stub your toe against the dresser because you are closing your eyeah and you still have the old layout in your head.
Of all the mishaps that could happen to me, stubbing our toe would have been a much more bearable scenario than almost freezing to death at night.
If our numb toes and fingers were not enough indication of how chilly it was, the number on the wireless temperature control was enough to tell me that the air conditioner was on overdrive. Trying to fumble in the dark because I could not find the light switch was genuinely aggravating, but I finally did. I tried to reset the temperature, but it was still not laboring, so I ended up switching off the cooling system and letting the gas furnace/heater installation take over. By afternoon, the electric heating plan had shut itself down. I could not help but blame myself for not having confirmed the state of the furnace before I finalized things. I could not believe that I overlooked something as important as the heat and AC products. In the afternoon, I called the heating dealership and explained what was happening, and they sent an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C tech immediately. He did the much-needed heating repair and also furnace repair. The condo had been in the market for a long time, and since the previous owners left, the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C repair plan was neglected, leaving the boiler prone to dirt and other factors which stopped the heating floors from being functional. The gas furnace filter was all clogged up, and the heating industry would have been repulsed.