She has contacts with a heating dealer who sends her the equipment she needs, and everything is stored in her small farmhouse
Last year, we went for an all-girls stay-cation in a log cabin property because I’d never been to one, and they could not wait to have me experience it with them. I packed a ton of things to help with indoor comfort because I was not so trusting about the amenities in the cabin. You can imagine my shock when I found out that the places were fully furnished, with a heat pump for whole home heating. Everything I had packed was useless because we had everything, apart from the internet. The first night was so cozy that I decided to meet our host to learn more about heating in the cabins and how they go about it, yet they are far from the nearest town. Our first meeting with the host was at the reception when we were preparing to leave for the day out and had to mention to the keeper that we’d be out for them to reprogram the smart thermostat in the cabin. My meeting with the host was the day before our visit was up when I learned that she was a retired heating technician, so she’d handled the heat pump installation and heater maintenance independently. She’d worked in the heating industry as an HVAC professional for ten years before moving back to her family land, where she built the vacation cabins. I asked her why she didn’t have a heating company, and she mentioned that she has one where she installs new heating for homes in the neighborhood and servicing. She has contacts with a heating dealer who sends her the equipment she needs, and everything is stored in her small farmhouse. I was amazed and impressed that she runs an eco-cabin business and still keeps up with what she calls a small heating business.