The furnace was a good investment for the future

When my mom and dad retired, they left the house to me. I was already living in an apartment and I couldn’t break the lease without getting into trouble and paying fees. I decided to fix up the place and rent it for a few months. I called the contractor to give me some feedback on ways that I could improve the property. One of those things that the contractor said was to update the furnace to a more energy efficient machine. I considered the advice, but ultimately I didn’t have enough money to buy a brand new furnace at that time. When I found out that I was going to get a stimulus check from the government, I started thinking about the furnace again. I had renters in the house at the time, but they were happy to let a contractor replace the heating equipment. After all, that helped them save money too. I still have the business card from the HVAC contractor, so I called the guy again and I told him that I was ready to buy a new furnace. He immediately remembered my house and my name. He came out the following day to look over the house one more time and measure for the new equipment. I ordered a new gas furnace with a much better energy rating. The new furnace has an AFUE rating of 98%. I will be saving money on the heating and cooling bills for the next 20 years. The new furnace practically pays for itself with energy savings. The new tenants are equally happy with the new machine.
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