Once Elein moved down here, she knew she was going to enjoy living in this region.
Being from the north and hating Winter time isn’t a good combination. And Elein consistently sort of felt like an outcast as well. Most of her friends were into being out of the Heating, Ventilation and A/C heating to play hockey or go skiing. All Elein wanted to do was crank the thermostat on the oil furnace when her parents weren’t home. Her dad was so intense about the thermostat setting. So Elein had to be careful to get back to the exact location it was in prior to him going out for the evening or something. So when she got the chance to relocate and work from the zone controlled Heating, Ventilation and A/C of her current office, Elein jumped at it. It was a no brainer for her. But Elein also wasn’t kidding myself about the summer time either. She knew that heat and humidity would be taxing and there was no denying that. Still, she’d much rather be too tepid than too cold. So after the first summer, Elein went to a local associate of hers to get the low down on dealing with the summer. She told her that it was all about acceptance, and would take time. So when the temperatures started to rise this Springtime, Elein left the Heating, Ventilation and A/C cooling off. And she didn’t turn it on until like mid to late May when the highs were consistently in the mid 90’s. This strategy did the trick. It seems much less tepid as long as you don’t get outside when the sun is straight up while in the peak heating hours. Elein even saved a bunch on Heating, Ventilation and A/C cooling costs.