Our house is not that big, however we are fortunate to have an attic and a basement.
The two of us consistently had plans to renovate both spaces.
But, after the baby came, we had to put those plans on hold. After she went to kindergarten, our partner and I began talking about renovating the house. This was something we had to do before having another baby. My partner’s brother is a company, so we spoke with him about the project. The goal was to start with the attic first and turn that into our dream master living room. The whole project would take some time to complete, however there was no rush. As the room began to take shape, we decided what genre of heating and cooling to have up there. The central Heating, Ventilation, and A/C in the house is reliable, however we wondered if there were other options. The cost of extending the ductwork was so high, so we wanted another pick for cooling or heating the space. The AC specialist came to the house to evaluate our new central Heating, Ventilation, and A/C and supply his opinion. He told us about a mini-split AC that would serve the attic only. This component didn’t require extending the ductwork. Also, it wouldn’t be too terrible to take care of the rest of the house. After doing some more research, we agreed to buy the mini-split AC. The AC specialist came with it and did the installation work. Though the internet said it was possible to install at home, we wanted a professional job. This living room was our sanctuary, so we didn’t want any shoddy work. Let the professionals handle the update and installations.