Moving to the woods doesn’t mean I gave up on quality heating & air

It has been my dream for so long to finally get out of the town & live out in nature.

I got my wish. There is no more living in an lake house building with radiant heating in the Winter & a window A/C in the summer. When I told my friends & colleagues that I was moving to a lake house in the woods, they were mostly all aghast. How could I leave the city? And what about having respected quality heating & air? It seemed that everyone was particular that I was moving into some sort of survival situation. The reality of where I now live is so far from that perception that it makes myself and others laugh. And it’s so funny when my friends visit for the first time. They come into a nicely appointed lake house with a loft, a beach house office & a guest kitchen. There is a wood stove for heating while in the winter. That’s something that I unquestionably love. With all the wood just lying on my property, I hardly have to spend a dime on Heating & Air Conditioning heating in the winter. Yet, I still have residential Heating & Air Conditioning in my cabin. It’s just not the traditional sort that almost everyone expect. I have a pair of ductless heat pumps in my cabin. The closest Heating & Air Conditioning company is more than 45 minutes away however they were blissful to come out & install my ductless heat pumps. I love having such great Heating & Air Conditioning cooling in the Summer thanks to the ductless heat pumps. But it’s also nice to think that I have Heating & Air Conditioning heating if I’m gone for a bit & have to relight the wood stove. I love where I live & I’m just so grateful to have the opportunity to finally experience this way of life.


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