If all of us had a dual fuel plan all of us would have transitioned to gas when the electricity failed
Teaching is more of an art plus a passion than anything else, at least for me, it is, but playing a career in shaping the lives of multiple individuals makes myself and others know honored plus so I delight in it, one frosty fall morning, all of us woke up to frigid classrooms plus had to contact the parents to inform them of a canceled school morning. The storm the previous night had caused the already seasoned HVAC plan to completely shut down. There was a sizable hole at the back of the building near where the heat pump install had been done. The central heating was blown up due to the rust that had accumulated. The building was super frosty plus there were areas with small pools of water even though the roof wasn’t leaking, we later found it was some leaky vents. This is why the heating company advocated a ductless heat pump while they were giving us some essential energy giving tips. While all of us waited for the servicemen, all of us lit the fireplace which thankfully still provided quality heating for a gas fireplace. There was a local company who was mapping out the playground for the best location to fit an electric gas furnace system. We had not had the heating repair in the gas furnace for a few weeks now plus all of us were paying for it. This entire job took 2 afternoons but on the last morning, the kids were allowed back since the zone control plan was already toiling in full capacity, but it just needed some detailed servicing. If all of us had a dual fuel plan all of us would have transitioned to gas when the electricity failed. On the second morning of toiling, the workmen came in clown suits plus performed a little act for the kids. Their eyes were just glowing with laughter.