My mother had moved down near me to the south soon after my father died last year. She said she had spent enough of her old life in the snow. She was head on ready to delight in the regular sunshine. All of my siblings and I were on board to find her a small condo not to from most of us. Once she was settled into her home, she was very happy. One day not long after she called me and wondered if I could come over help her consider getting a new cooling system. I knew that her condo did not have central air when were were setting her up. There were just many window units to cool the whole house if needed. Over a cup of her favorite tea at the dining room table, we talked about air conditioner units all afternoon. She wanted to switch to a central air system she looked into at the home store. She felt the the window units were a bit unsightly and made a lot of noise when accessing them. I told her that it was possible but might cost quite a bit of her moving fund she had. She just laughed and voiced to me in a straight face, “Well you can’t take if with you.” I very amusingly agreed. I called a local Heating, Ventilation, & A/C business so that they could come out to mom’s condo to further discuss a couple unusual types of cooling systems that would fit her. So, she finally chose a piece that would do a great job cooling her small condo and surprisingly it will be quite energy efficient as well. There had never been central air in her condo before she bought it, so the upgrade by the Heating, Ventilation, & A/C business took a couple days and a few technicians to get it all in place as they had to install air ducts with the compressor unit outside to keep the air flowing. The unit attached right to her new furnace and could be controlled by a new temperature control box that was easy to read. On a unquestionably moderate day a few days later, I called my mother to see how she liked here new A/C set up. She said it was a dream come true. The condo was all a balanced temperature and it was so comfortable.