I have found the air conditioning only works so long

Surviving in Arizona is getting harder now that the real estate market is tightening. A few years ago it was simple to rent a multiple-bedroom loft in Maricopa County for just $1000, however not any longer. There are hordes of people leaving CA and coming here because they can no longer afford to live in the Golden State. The two of us have similar weather in central Arizona compared to CA, and there are consistently arenas like Flagstaff to the north if you want even milder hot and cold temperatures or mountainous regions. I’m perfectly content residing in the Valley of the Sun, whether it’s in Phoenix, Maricopa, Mesa, or in our current loft that is on the edge of Scottsdale. I’m near the Arizona Falls at the Arizona Canal and love riding our bike there on the weekends. Yesterday I was pleasantly surprised to have our central replaced and replaced with a method that has a better SEER rating. The loft board discussed new s a few years ago, but I don’t remember hearing any updates about the decision in the time since. Temperatures in Phoenix really get up to 110 degrees in the Summer so a strong is a must for survival. After the new was installed in our apartment, I could recognize the difference in the strong current of freezing air coming from our ceiling vents. I’m thrilled with our new and ready for anything this Summer has to throw at myself and others as far as hot and cold temperatures are concerned. It might get up to 115 degrees this Summer like it did in Washington state last summer.

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