When I first moved into my new apartment, there was a lot to get used to—having come from a house full of people and noise and having to share things and amenities in the place.
Now I was in my own space and did not need to share anything with anyone.
My father and my brothers had helped me move. It was such an exciting experience. The first thing I think I did when I moved in was switch on the newly installed quality air conditioner. The air quality that the multi-split air conditioning system provided was top-notch. When tech from the indoor comfort business recommended I purchase it, he gave it such excellent reviews. The a/c serviceman said the unit would require HVAC maintenance once or twice a year. The air conditioning provider advised me to get a digital thermostat since it would go well with the HVAC installation. The installation process was a one-day event, unlike when my parents installed their geo heat pump, which took weeks. They had gone to great lengths to find the most energy-efficient technology in the cooling industry, and we’re now pleased with their choice. I would also not have to worry about air conditioning repair for a while, and with proper care and tune-up, I would not have to worry about avoidable breakdowns. I learned more about air conditioning from the entire process and the air conditioning technician I had my whole life. I believe it came from knowing I would be responsible for everything, including calling the air conditioning company in case something went wrong. My apartment was a cozy little corner of the world, and being an introvert, I spent most of the time in my house.