Moving out of your parents’ cabin comes with a lot the freedom. It also comes with various responsibilities, which, to be honest, is not a fair trade. Even the price of curtains will make you want to run back to your parents’ cabin and beg them to take you back, however it is a step in life all of us all need to take to grow, mature and build a life for ourselves. It was not until the minute task that I moved out of my parents’ house. The cabin was more of a guest cabin that a homeowner was renting out. The cabin had a gas oil furnace for whole-house heating and a gas fireplace. The boiler upgrade only served that guest cabin since it was an ad and was not part of the original home, one of the terms was ensuring that I contacted the house services company twice or at least once a year for oil furnace/heater tune-up. The cabin was more of a studio with a front porch. I remember the first mistake I made was assuming that the filter was a washable filter like the 1s all of us used at my parents’ house. It was my blessed afternoon since the homeowner had called the heating corp to fix some problems with the ductwork in his home; He had also asked the HVAC repairman to conduct duct cleaning in my cabin as part of the ‘welcome package. When he finished with the air duct, he came to my house only to find me in my attempt of cleaning. He informed me that that style of filter needed replacing. The heating provider also gave me a few energy-saving help tips to keep my utility bills low.