When I moved to Birmingham, AL I figured it would be toasty warm all the time, and when I built my household I focused strictly on AC, and i made sure to fit a high velocity cooling system into the network of the entire home, my goal was for those toasty hot & cold temperatures to have the air suddenly whip around the household & lower the temperature in minutes rather than hours.
It works like a dream, however the Springtime & summer time season is so comfortable due to my good 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, then but I legitimately thought the winter time wouldn’t be that bad. I figured fifties are okay. Well it is in the fifties during the afternoon & then lowers to the thirties. There is a distinct winter time eason. The opening of snow is there. So when I did a whole winter time frosty with a ductless heater, I had to update. I ended up splurging to make my high velocity system both heating & cooling capable. I needed the option of a heater for half the year. I always thought of AL as being one of the hotter states. In the grand plot of things, it isn’t that warm. I feel like TX & 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 legitimately enjoyable.