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

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

  • I got my wish.

There is no more residing in an lake house building with radiant heating in the Wintertide and a window cooling system in the summer. When I told my friends and colleagues that I was moving to a lodge in the woods, they were mostly all aghast. How could I leave the city? And what about having proper quality heating and air? It seemed that all the people was certain 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 me laugh. And it’s so funny when my friends visit for the first time. They come into a nicely appointed lodge with a loft, a condo office and a guest bedroom. There is a wood stove for heating while the two of us were in the winter. That’s something that I actually love. With all the wood just lying on my property, I hardly have to spend a dime on Heating and Air Conditioning heating in the winter. Yet, I still have residential Heating and Air Conditioning in my lodge. It’s just not the traditional sort that everyone expect. I have a pair of ductless heat pumps in my lodge. The closest Heating and Air Conditioning company is more than 45 minutes away but they were cheerful to come out and install my ductless heat pumps. I love having such fantastic Heating and Air Conditioning cooling in the summer time thanks to the ductless heat pumps. But it’s also nice to suppose that I have Heating and Air Conditioning heating if I’m gone for a bit and have to relight the wood stove. I love where I live and I’m just so grateful to have the opportunity to finally experience this way of life.


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