A makeover that involved replacing a perfectly working heating component

Lori reluctantly drew her attention from the television-entombed pebble gray lodgeet.

She had just finished redecorating the Coldwater Canyon household she & Tom had once shared. The doorways were now framed by ionic columns stopped with broken pediments, & the neo-Roman furniture was upholstered in white canvas. The light gray walls served as a background for first-century marble sculptures, French torchiere lamps, & a wall-sized surrealistic canvas of a supersonic jet flying through the center of an enormous red peach. At first, she had adored the current decor, but now she had begun to guess so much neoclassicism was too cold. The one thing she should have second guessed was her choice of getting a heat pump. She had visited the heating contractor earlier in the month & consulted with the Heating, Ventilation, & A/C tech, & they both agreed that the furnace was the best heating component for her home. The house already had existing ductwork; all they had to do when it came to the conduits was duct sealing. Lori also asked the Heating, Ventilation, & A/C serviceman to replace the digital temperature control with a Wi-Fi-enabled one. All these changes to her household & her Heating, Ventilation, & A/C system were not inspired by frequent heating repairs or insufficiency on the other unit. The machine was okay since she had ensured annual heating repair, but simply because she had to find something to do with her time. The Heating, Ventilation, & A/C felt like a necessary addition to the makeover. The household repair would also update the heating technology. Thank heavens the heating industry had something; otherwise, she would not have an excuse for the expensive venture, especially since her ex-husband was paying for it.

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