Getting my hands on a new window air conditioner was easier than I expected

I’m proud of my new apartment since it’s the first home where I’ve been 100% financially independent from my parents.

It has been a year since I graduated college, and in the time since I’ve been slowly saving the money to move out on my own.

Now that day has finally arrived, I feel more self-sufficient than I ever have before. It’s a great feeling knowing that I’ve reached this threshold in my life at last. Still, it’s not without its challenges. I have to stick to a fiercely strict budget, otherwise I’ll run out of money when bills are due. During the first few months of independence, sticking to my budget was a battle. But with time, I started to adjust to my new situation. Thankfully I even started putting aside a small amount of money each month for emergencies. That was a smart idea because not long afterward my window air conditioner in my apartment quit working. Since I didn’t buy this machine and had little experience with heating and cooling, I feared the worst. I started to wonder if it would cost $600 or $800 for a new cooling unit, but I had overestimated the cost of a window air conditioner. I found one at the local supercenter for just $300 before taxes. I was amazed that you could find a window air conditioner so easily and well within my personal budget. The hardest part was installing the new machine, but I spent an hour on YouTube watching tutorials on window air conditioner installation. Once I was finished, I had a brand new air conditioner installed with ondemand cold air.



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