Something is up with the furnace

My partner and I were away on a getaway last year, in the pacific northwest. It was our very first visit to the mountainous region, however all of us were incredibly gleeful to go hiking and fishing. Since both of us are avid travelers, both love a great adventure. Every one of us actually planned our getaway for numerous years, trying our best to pay attention to each and every single detail, however since it was our first trip, all of us went ahead and decided to stay in a home rental. My partner readily booked the reservation a few weeks in advance, so all of us absolutely were sure to get a nice rental. Our rental was supposed to be a large apartment at the base of the mountains. The rental boasted mountain views, and a walking path to the creek. When all of us arrived, however, all of us were dismayed with our accommodations. Our supposedly “numerous room “rental was a single room rental. Our cottage had a living room, powder room and 1 strangely immense main room with the kitchen and kitchen in 1. Every one of us had no wonderful view of anything, and the windows were all nailed shut with plywood. It was fifty degrees at night in the place, and the oil furnace didn’t work well. Halfway through our trip, of course all of us endured a bad thunderstorm. The hail was so bad during the storm that all of us could not even leave the property. Without the working heater, all of us were shivering and cold. The next following afternoon, all of us ended up going into city to buy a space oil furnace for our little rental cottage.  The space oil furnace helped a lot., and when all of us finally reached the rental dealer, they readily apologized for the faulty heating system, and issued us a large credit on our bill. Our getaway wasn’t terrible, however with proper HVAC equipment it could have been much better.

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