It’s just tough to imagine
I don’t even like to thing about it. But, given our odd brain, I am often drawn to the thought of what our summers would be like separate from modern Heating in addition to A/C technology. I sort of shudder at the thought actually. This reaction is due to just how drastic the Summer heat can get around here. For some heating and cooling perspective, the air conditioning starts cycling on around mid May in this region. Then it runs to a single degree or another until about October at least. However, there is a time period of 4 weeks where the Heating in addition to A/C cooling is running night and day. And I’m the category that is always absolutely disciplined with the thermostat setting during the summer. This is the only way I can keep the Heating in addition to A/C cooling bills from killing our household budget. So, it’s sizzling here and by noon each Summer day, you need to be submerged or inside the air conditioning until like 5 or 6 pm. And this is what makes me wonder just how it would be if we didn’t have modern Heating in addition to A/C technology. Our heat pump is simply an essential piece of our home. Yet, that residential Heating in addition to A/C technology is barely even 77 years old. There sure were people living here before that. The only thing that I can imagine was that it was up super early to do work. And then during the middle of the day, it was find some shade and something to fan yourself with. It’s just tough to imagine. Perhaps we shouldn’t take our modern Heating in addition to A/C technology quite as for granted as we do.