Fixing up the family cabin

The family cabin had not been used in some time, probably since Aunt Mable died and that was almost a decade ago. I called around to a few people, just inquiring if the cabin had been sold, or if anyone was staying there, but no one knew anything. Mable was the only one who ever used the place, it seemed, so after she passed it just sat empty, until a couple of months ago I decided to go check it out. I had extra free time thanks to the quarantine, so this seemed like it could be a good project. Right away, the lack of air conditioning concerned me greatly. Mabel loved to fish and sit by the water smoking cigarettes, so she had not ever bothered getting central AC for the place. I did find a small AC unit in one of the closets, the kind you mount in a window to cool down a single room. Even that was too old and rusted to ever turn on or generate cooling, so I was at loose ends. There was an amazing central fireplace ,which also served as a furnace for the place, so the winters would not be a problem. I had to decide if I just wanted to relegate this cabin to winter use, or if I should invest in some kind of cooling system so I could use it rear round. After all, I hated my apartment in the city, and had been working from home anyway, so if I could get A/C and wifi set up here, I could stay for a while.


Heating and cooling service