I do need a heater in Alabama

I feel like Texas and Florida get way hotter.

When I moved to Birmingham, Alabama I figured it would be toasty warm all the time. When I built my home I focused strictly on AC. I made sure to fit a high velocity cooling system into the network of the entire home. My goal was for those toasty temperatures to have the air quickly whip around the home and lower the temperature in minutes rather than hours. It works like a dream. The spring and summer season is so comfortable due to my great cooling system. However, I skimped out on the heating option. I just had a ductless heater put in the kitchen. I figured I would save the pipes from getting too cold. But I really thought the winter wouldn’t be that bad. I figured fifties are okay. Well it is in the fifties during the day and then lowers to the thirties. There is a distinct winter eason. The possibility of snow is there. So when I did a whole winter freezing with a ductless heater, I had to upgrade. I ended up splurging to make my high velocity system both heating and cooling capable. I needed the option of a heater for half the year. I always thought of Alabama as being one of the hotter states. In the grand scheme of things, it isn’t that warm. I feel like Texas and Florida get way hotter. I just always consider anything down south to never get cold. Shame on me though. Now that I have a working heater, living in Birmingham has been really enjoyable.

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