Buying a space heater for my return home

For the past few months I’ve been staying at my mom’s house.

I hope I don’t sound overly dramatic, but I am really not looking forward to going home in a few weeks.

I know, I know, everyone has to go back to the place where they reside at some point or another. But in the midst of all the things that have been happening on this planet, it’s been hard to comprehend returning to the place where I am almost totally alone. It’s actually been really reassuring to spend time with my family during this worldwide upset. Beyond that, I can tell you that I’m growing very concerned when it comes to the temperature change I’m about to endure. At my mom’s house, I can adjust the thermostat however I want. She has central heating and cooling, and it’s no problem to utilize the large forced air furnace or AC unit whenever the indoor air needs a bit of a change. The air quality is always well managed and the HVAC system is powerful enough to handle even extreme temperatures. At my house, however, the HVAC system is a completely different story. It isn’t energy efficient or highly powerful. The heating and cooling devices are actually extremely old and difficult to use if you want any sort of even indoor air temperature. It’s normal for extreme temperature fluctuations and drafts to dominate the inner air conditions. That’s why I’m planning on buying up as many space heaters as possible on my way back home. If I arrive with enough smaller air temperature control devices in tow, maybe the transition won’t be as bad as I’m expecting. Maybe.

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