A couple of years ago, I relocated from the south to the north to benefit from a work opportunity. With a decent pay increase, it was to my advantage to sell my house, pack up and move. I was then rushed to find our family a new residence up north. I made the choice based on the location, size of the property, and square footage of the house. I observed that just about everything else could be changed. I found contractors to install a modern living room, remodel the old bathroom, expand the kitchen and build a mud room. I spent a fortune getting that house set up in the way that my family needed it. Because of this, I could afford to take a look at changing the furnace. I wasn’t content with the grossly oversized, outdated boiler system that I found in the basement. I imagined the boiler would be distractingly loud, dirty, unreliable, and inefficient. I dreadfully expected to be faced with excessively high utility bills and a chilly house. I realized that I would never replace the boiler, by the end of the first winter season in the newly remodeled house. It is uniquely the best feature of the entire house. Although it’s massive and unappealing, the boiler runs silently, requires honestly little care and provides plenty of heat. It doesn’t matter how cold it gets outside, my abode is always perfectly warm. The boiler supplies a gentle and even wave of heating, and is exceptionally dependable. I hire an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C contractor to inspect and service furnace every year, and I’ve never had a complication with the operation. Plus, it is highly energy efficient and my regular heating bill is never outlandishly high.