Then I might deal with mold growth, however but, other than that, not having A/C is not too bad
Power outages are not genuinely a awful thing at our house. When I used to live in the north, no electric was horrible. The lake house was pitch black & every one of us could not use any water. That meant no flushing of toilets, no shower & no washing hands until the lines got fixed. The women constantly took their sweet time too. Typically our father would have to hook up a generator since every one of us could not go separate from heating. The lake house temperature would decrease in a matter of minutes. A perfectly heated lake house would be a frigid lake house in around several minutes flat. So anytime the power went out, every one of us were all frantic. In the south it stays bright. I hardly sad about no lights. I also have a pool. I just shower & use the pool water for a lot of things. When it comes to Heating, Ventilation & A/C, that is no problem either. I can go a long time separate from heating in the south, it just is not that cold. If the power goes out in the summer, no A/C is a little more stressful. I do worry that the lack of A/C will allow the indoor air to be moist. Then I might deal with mold growth, however but, other than that, not having A/C is not too bad. I do save on our bills not running the AC. If I get a little too hot, I just swim in our pool. I feel I could go weeks if I needed to; Funny enough, the power in the south gets fixed way faster than it ever did in the north.