Ocean living in the winter

I grew up in a fishing town in the Northeast so I am used to the harsh winters. We experience everything from snow and ice, to extremely windy conditions, and you just get used to bundling up to keep from freezing. Trust me when I say, that gale force winds in the middle of winter can literally chill you to the bone. Even though we deal with first conditions  I don’t mind because I love the town that I grew up in and the people in it. One of the things that we rely heavily on is our HVAC systems in our homes to make living tolerable during the season. After all, so long as you have a warm place to sleep and come home to at the end of the day you can tolerate this about anything. This past winter I had an experience that I never want to have again, because I came home and my HVAC system wasn’t working. At first I panicked because I wasn’t sure that I would be able to get someone out to fix it before my pipes burst, but when I made the phone call by dealer said that they could have a technician to my place within the hour. The wind’s coming from the ocean that day words truly cares and so I couldn’t wait to have my system working again. The technician was great when they arrived and they were able to diagnose the problem rather quickly. Apparently, the salt air had corroded part of the coils on the outside unit and they had to be cleaned off and repaired. Once this was complete he was able to change out the filters and get the system running again. This was a good thing because the house had already dropped 60 degrees and I didn’t want it to get any colder.

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