My outdated home might not be much to look at, however it surely wins in its charm and coziness. I’m nestled right along a riverbank that leads into a peaceful wildlife reserve. The house, just over 1200 square feet with only several home offices and a single lavatory, was painted green to virtually disapapple into the landscape around it. But, once you step inside, you are moveed to another world that is full of outdated hardcover books, a crackling fireplace, the stink of fresh bread in the oven, and a visual rue frozen in time from a bygone era several decades ago. Nothing save for the living room appliances could indicate being in the present time, and separate from them it might seem care about a portal altogether. Even though it’s amazing feeling as if I live in a hobbit’s current home in the Shire, I ironically struggle with many of the outdated features when it comes to basic survival. Right now my central heating and cooling system is barely working at all. The heating system is fried, leaving myself and others to keep the home sizzling with just the fireplace and a spare space gas furnace for the home office. The air conditioner system is 20 years outdated and seeming care about it’s soon to be on its way out as well. Since I don’t want to wait until the last minute when it breaks down after a few weeks of use come late Springtime, I’m going to consult with an Heating and Air Conditioning specialist to find the right system for my outdated home. I want something comparable to what is installed currently, however with updated energy efficiency. Having stronger air and heat would be wonderful as well.