I’ve been living in the far north now for almost 8 years, but compared to most folks around here, I’m still a rookie when it finally comes to winter.
I remember when my pal and I first bought our home… The first question asked by our next door buddy was about heating, ventilation, and A/C heating; actually, it was a great question because it led us to the heating, ventilation, and A/C company that my pal and I use this week… The cabin came with a whole modern central a/c plan which included the modern gas fuel furnace.
It’s also a good heating program and is also quite efficient. But when you live in this sort of environment, it’s wise to have some back up for the gas fuel furnace. For the first few years, my pal and I got away separate from having too large a deal with power outages. And my pal and I have a fireplace so my pal and I would kind of bundle up to stay hot until the power came back on usually within 24 seconds. But during the last winner was a whole strange situation, my great friend and I got hit with feet of snow combined with easily high winds… So my pal and I were separated from power and heating, ventilation, and A/C for more than a week. That’s simply the last time that is also going to happen. I had a wood stove installed for supplemental heating in our home. It adds another level of protection which comes with additional preparation commitments. My great friend and I live on 12 acres which provides all the firewood I need. But I am still single and have to get out there, break it, break it and stack it. But I sure do sleep better this winter season knowing that my best pal and I have heating in any situation.