A few weeks ago, our little baby bought her first house. She saved money all through university, and managed to amass enough money to pay for a small starter house. Her Dad and I are unquestionably cheerful for her, because the new arena is only more than six miles from our house and we can visit often. It’s been great having Jess so close to apartment again. Jess bought an older 1950’s concrete block home and it’s about 1100 square feet. The garage had previously been converted into an office space. My kid was able to pay for the home for next to nothing, because it was listed as a short sale. After moving into the house, Jess and her Dad fixed up the flooring one weekend and repaired some roof disfigure. A few afternoons ago, she called our wife to ask for help. Now she said the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C device wasn;t working correctly. My wife went over to the house to check on the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C equipment and quickly recognized the concern as soon as she removed the front panel from the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C unit. Apparently our kid had been cleaning and reusing her air filter for a few months. Unfortunately, the air filter was not made to be reused. Since the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C device claimed to have been equipped with a reusable air filter, our kid was cleaning it and placing it right back in the system. The air filter was a disposable filter, though, and in bad shape. My wife took Jess to the hardware store, and helped pick out new air filters for the system.