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It's too quiet now, miss forced air furnace

I miss hearing it running all day long

I’m sure almost everyone has heard of that old adage, you never know what you have until it’s gone. Essentially, you don’t feel grateful for the things in your life until they are missing. This has to be a universal trait of humanity. It’s way too simple to be absorbed in the things that to you don’t have or the things that are stressing you out, in addition to to completely overlook the things that you should appreciate. I, for one, am harshly guilty of behaving this way. I have a tendency to get busy out in addition to overwhelmed, at which point I don’t see the light in anything around me. Oftentimes, it’s not until I have completely lost someone or something that I realize how much they meant to my life, then recently, this is how I have been feeling about my old forced air furnace. I never thought that I cared for this heating unit whatsoever. For as long as I could remember, this stupid central boiler was providing uneven tepid in addition to freezing air temperature throughout my condo in addition to generally driving me crazy. I felt like I constantly had to change out the air filters, arrange professional heating, cooling, in addition to ventilation appointments, in addition to re-light the pilot when it would inevitably go out. In fact, I swear that I have cursed this furnace more than I have swore about my ex-girlfriend. The thing is, when my old furnace finally failed on me, I realized exactly how much it meant to my life. These days, I miss my furnace dearly. I miss hearing it running all day long. I miss the gentle background condo of the outdated equipment. Now, my new furnace is running silently in the background, in addition to my condo feels completely empty.

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