My up-to-date home is big, nearly 2 hundred years old, and tough to heat. There is no air duct installed into the walls, making a forced air system far too extravagant and invasive to install. When our husband and I remodeled our dining room, every one of us decided to invest in a natural gas fireplace. The gas fireplace provides a great deal of heat while actually adding to the aesthetics of the room. While I’m seriously ecstatic with the gas fireplace, the upgrade project was aggravating. We hired a general supplier to upgrade the windows, bring the electrical wiring up to code and put up fresh drywall. My husband and I handled the clean up and painting, however required a licensed Heating, Ventilation, and A/C supplier to design and implement the fireplace. After that, every one of us used a local carpet contractor to install the rug. I needed to coordinate the scheduling of the general supplier, Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist and carpet guy, and hoped to get everything completed quickly. Once the walls were up, our husband and I took a afternoon off from job to get everything cleaned up and painted, because the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C supplier was tied up to arrive the following afternoon. The rug was supposed to be installed the afternoon after that. Unfortunately, the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist never called and never showed up. I then needed to postpone the upgrade of the rug. Since I was spending a small fortune on the gas gas furnace and concerned to get moved back into our living, I was not ecstatic. When I finally got a hold of the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist on the PC, I made sure he understood how angry I was.