I just moved into an old lake house in the village that was in my price range for my family. Even with this room, we needed much more space, because the kids were getting bigger. With this new house it seemed to be the ideal situation. It was even a rental house, which suited us even more. I didn’t need want to commit to anything as a single mom. I did fail to ask more questions before I signed the lease. The heating and cooling system was a very important piece to the lake house in this area. The weather could get frigid in the Wintertime and uncomfortably hot in the summer season. The lease said that an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system was included, so I did not ask any further questions, however, I should have asked about the details. They claimed it was a refurbished Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system. I am not opposed to recycling and if it works for our environment it works for me! But, if anything were to go wrong with the heating and cooling system, no Heating, Ventilation, and A/C provider would look at it, and you would need to locate an independent contractor for repairs. I never noticed that it said something about liability and not having any history on the system in question. I discovered this little glitch at the worst possible time, when our first snowstorm of the season hit our village. I suddenly woke up at 6 o’clock in the afternoon to what felt like I was living in an ice box. I went over to the control unit and it was colder inside than it was outside! The snow was falling fast and I was not happy. The property owner promised to send someone over to service it. We waited for more than one night for a repairman. I gained a taxing lesson that day.