Assume you visit a new state, fall in love with a unique area, and decide to make it your permanent home.
Isn’t it terrifying? That’s precisely what I did late last year.
I was tired of working and living, so I decided to travel during the fall. I hadn’t taken a vacation in a long time, so no one was surprised when I said I’d be gone for a month. I visited several strange locations before heading north to a new area. To be honest, all I knew about the state was its name and some ridiculous myths. I was so surprised to find myself in such a small and beautiful neighborhood that I never wanted to leave. That’s how I quit my job and decided to make my side hustle writing HVAC articles my full-time job. I returned, found a small house for sale on three acres of land, and relocated. I had a house in the city that sold quickly, and I had a lot of money saved up for the move. Except for the need for a new heating and cooling system, the house was perfect. The previous owners appear to have set it aside as a getaway rental, with only a window AC unit. Guests would use space boilers to stay warm during the winter. However, I wanted a good heating and cooling system, so I looked for a heating and cooling supplier in the area. I found contact information for one online, and this was my first time contacting a heating and cooling company. Fortunately, the guy understood my requests and promised that an HVAC technician would come to my house for a thorough inspection.