I recently moved from the neighborhood in the North to a small rural section in the South. The transfer was a long time in planning and executing. There was the transition from going to an office in the neighborhood to being able to do that same job from home. Additionally, my children needed to finish the university year and have the summer time to adjust to their current surroundings. I had to make multiple trips back and forth before the big move. The main reason was to oversee the renovation of our current home. It’s an seasoned house but a current lake house to us. The structure of our lake house is super solid so, there wasn’t too much gutting which had to be done. In fact, both of us mainly just tore out interior walls to open the first floor up all the way. However, there is not a current Heating, Ventilation, and A/C machine in the house. The lake house was heated by a wood stove while I was in the mild winters. And, it was cooled off with fresh air and fans while I was in the summer. I knew the system of a summertime in the South with no air conditioning would be asking a bit much. My guys my revolt outright. I found the solution on an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C website. I bought a multi break Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system. It is incredible. I don’t have to run air ducts through the lake house to care about heating and cooling. I simply install the indoor air handling units high on an exterior wall. The inside machine is then connected to a compressor through a hole in the exterior wall. So, I have an inside machine for the upstairs section where my guys sleep. Then, there is another air handling machine downstairs to heat and cool the main floor. I am so impressed with the efficiency and the power of this Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system. And, it definitely kept my family from getting back in the car and hightailing it for the city.