When nature takes care of whole home heating

Moving to a different world brings all manner of culture shocks. My partner, our seven-year-old son, and I took a chance and moved to another part of the world, where the weather was very different. I remember a few months before we moved, I did a thorough internet search on every HVAC business in that place that I could find online, such as how much they charged for complete furnace/heater tune-up. I also looked at the quality HVAC equipment that the HVAC tech has to offer. When we moved, I was shocked to realize other than companies, factories, and very few significant buildings, the rest of the people did not have any heating and air conditioning systems. Heating contractors were not well known among the locals simply because they did not need a furnace/heater installation in their home, and most did not even know what that was. A small percentage had a boiler system for their hot water needs, and that was all. One or two people had a portable space heater, mainly the new young mothers. Being an HVAC provider was not much of a successful venture compared to where we lived. My new neighbor did not know what a temperature control unit was. At least they were some energy-saving tips but mostly on lighting. When we first moved, we thought of installing hydronic heating for the floor since our son was always lying on the cold tiles and also for quality heating, but after some time, we saw it as an unnecessary expense and bought rugs instead. The upside was that we would no longer have to pat the HVAC repairman for furnace/heater repair. There was absolutely no need for a whole home heating system.

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