The repair and installation company confirmed that it was time to replace the machine and the museum paid for the new equipment and the labor fees
My wife and I moved to South Bend, Indiana, about 6 months ago when she got a job working at the local museum. As curator of the museum, my wife and I got to move to a house that is paid for by the museum. We have to pay for all of the repairs if something goes wrong. There was a problem with the furnace a few days ago and we had to go all night without any heat. I wanted to call a repair company, but my wife said that the museum was going to pay for a brand new furnace the next time there was an issue. I wished that we had a space heater, because it was about 50° outside and it didn’t feel much warmer inside of our South Bend home. In the morning, my wife called the museum and spoke with the person in charge. The museum staff agreed to contact a South Bend furnace repair and installation company. The repair and installation company confirmed that it was time to replace the machine and the museum paid for the new equipment and the labor fees. If the furnace would have been referable, then my wife and I would have been responsible for paying the fees. The house in South Bend, Indiana is on the older side, but it has a lot of quaint and charm. I guess it’s not too bad to pay for a problem here and there when we don’t have to pay anything at all for rent in this glorious and wonderful city.