My husband works as a wildlife conservationist with a particular non-governmental organization.
His job means we have to live in almost rural and under-developed locations.
He tends to stay in one area for two years before he is transferred. He studies wild animals and names any endangered species for further protection. While he works, I look after our home as a blogger, meaning my job keeps me in the house, which I love. On his last assignment, we relocated to the city’s outskirts, and there were few, if any, HVAC companies. We had just replaced our HVAC system, and since we had invested in that heat pump, I asked my husband if we could relocate our entire HVAC equipment to the new location. His superiors okayed it and even offered to pay the transport cost and provide HVAC technicians from the city to assist in the installation process. On the day of the move, we were accompanied by an HVAC repairman who knew more about heating as they would know the best location for our heat pump at the new residence. To help with indoor comfort, they installed the unit within a few hours after reaching the town. They also ran a comprehensive HVAC maintenance to ensure every part was in good condition to promote optimal function. The furnace/heater repairs changed the furnace filters for clean ones. The new filters enabled airflow, which increased the quality heating in the house. By the time we were ultimately settled, it was late in the evening, and we sat down for a coffee with my husband, who was excited about working in the new locale. The experts had helped us schedule the next heat pump service though it was six months from that day.