Dealing with HVAC withdrawal

We have a program for those moving out of the country called HVAC withdrawal.

Many people in first world countries don’t realize their dependence on heating and cooling equipment in their day to day lives.

There are hundreds and thousands of heating and cooling businesses around the country full of window air conditioners and central air conditioners, and gas, electric, and oil furnaces. When someone feels the slightest bit of discomfort because of heat, he runs to his smart thermostat and turns on the central air conditioner, or he will go to his nearest window air conditioner and turn it on. In the winter time, instead of just dressing warm in the house or building a fire, people just turn on their hot water boilers or their furnace. While these ways of living are not wrong, it is important if you are going to move out of the country to a place where air conditioner and a furnace are not readily available, to make sure you are physically and mentally prepared. With the invention of the smart thermostat, a person can turn on their air conditioner before they even get home so they never even have to experience the heat of the day. HVAC zone controlled heating and cooling systems are also an HVAC accessory that many people have become dependent on. Our program is designed to wean people off of their central air conditioning and central heating systems so that they are not shocked or disappointed when they move somewhere without those HVAC conveniences. If you do not plan on moving away, enjoy your central air conditioners and hot water boilers for as long as you have them!



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