Yet, this house had the latest in residential HVAC and all the HVAC technology that makes living in the south comfortable
It really did come down to the wire before we finally made the decision to relocate to the south. My wife and I started a business more than 20 years ago. We were born and raised in a region of the north that had a gas furnace or a boiler going for the better part of five months each winter. Still, it’s all we knew and we were utterly focused on making our company a success. We achieved that aim and ended up selling the company for a staggering amount of money. The sort of money that meant we were done working at 45. Since we didn’t have children and our work had been our shared passion, we were at a loss initially once we sold the business. We knew for sure that we wanted more space so we upgraded the heating and cooling equipment to get the best price. But the house sold so quickly that we weren’t really sure what to do next. We had always wanted to ditch the winter and the gas furnace for the sun and a heat pump. So we figured that we’d just go ahead and do that. Once we packed up and pared down when it came to our belongings, we bade farewell to the only region we knew. Initially, we rented a really nice house that allowed us to explore more permanent options. Yet, this house had the latest in residential HVAC and all the HVAC technology that makes living in the south comfortable. The summer is no joke down here and we were glad to experience our first one with the best air conditioning we could have asked for.