I always fall asleep in the winter to the sound of the heater.
Even though it sounds crazy, I just don’t want to have my heater fixed.
The fan is too loud, and my partner is constantly griping about it. Although I believe he is greatly exaggerating the issue, he claims that the roar hurts his head. I completely disbelieve that it presents a challenge. I adore how loud the whooshing sound is when the heater turns on. When the heater turns on and off repeatedly throughout the night, it does that. I don’t know why, but being inside the house makes me feel cozy and safe. Since that always puts me to sleep, I’m going to venture a guess that it sounds more like white noise or a fan running. My partner claims that the loud noise is a sign that the heater’s blower motor’s bearings are either too old or worn out, which is why it makes such a loud noise. My friend and I need to get the heater fixed, he said, because of the loud noises it is making. He warns that if my friend and I don’t get it fixed, the airflow from our heater will be reduced, and our blower may then begin to make an odd whistling noise. Even though I know that everything is, in fact, a plot and that he is, in fact, correct, I really want it to keep making those noises! I just don’t give a damn what my partner says, who claims that any noise other than a genuinely low-humming noise is a bad omen.