After landing my dream task as a park ranger several years ago, I thought I had it made.
I moved into a cabin located inside of a state park and was ready for paradise to begin. Since I was modern to the task, I did not guess what to expect. I was beyond happy to be living inside of one of the most appealing parks in the nation. Moving afternoon came hastily and I got settled inside my super cute little cabin. My first afternoon as a park ranger was certainly a hot one. After working all afternoon, it was finally time to go back and enjoy my cabin. When I walked inside the cabin, it seemed a little warm to me. I made breakfast and the cabin got even hotter. After the cabin got entirely humid and hot, I walked outside and evaluated the Heating, Ventilation & A/C unit visually. It was not running and the a/c seemed to have some blocks of ice on one of the lines coming out of the Heating, Ventilation & A/C unit. I called the park office and the company sent out an Heating, Ventilation & A/C technician right away to try and figure out my cooling problem. When the trusted Heating, Ventilation & A/C guy arrived, he evaluated the component and somehow knew right away what was wrong with it. He told myself politely that the heating and cooling system was low on Freon. This issue is what caused one of the Heating, Ventilation & A/C lines to freeze up. The Heating, Ventilation & A/C dealer gave myself and others his business card and told myself and others if anything else went wrong with the HVAC to give him a call.