The coldest christmas

I think this past Christmas was probably a depressing 1 for a lot of human beings.

Many families in this area were not able to get together or spend the holidays joyfully.

Instead, a lot of people were quarantined because of the looming threat of the new covid variant. My family was no different. I have to say, I wasn’t very upset about missing my family on Christmas… But I did get rather upset when I realized that my furnace would not be attending the party. I woke up on Christmas morning and I thought that the indoor air felt a little strange. It was uneven in several locations, with the temperature fluctuating depending on which room you were in. When I tried to adjust the thermostat so that the large forced air furnace would be more comfortable, I realized that my temperature control alterations were not making any difference to the indoor air. It was drafty, cold, and uneven temperature throughout the entire house. As the hour went on, I realized that it was getting even colder. Not only was I sitting alone on Christmas morning, but it was getting cold enough that I couldn’t feel my nose or toes anymore. I decided I would like to call a professional Heating, Cooling, and Air Quality Control dealership to inspect my furnace. Unfortunately, the only available HVAC technician was charging a premium price for the emergency HVAC service on Christmas Day. Rather than paying for the expense of heating, cooling, and ventilation repair… I sat alone on Christmas bundled up in blankets and waited for the day to pass. Merry Christmas to all.

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