Afloat with an Heating & A/C system

I care about seeing those home improvement shows.

They entirely are an addiction.

The most recent series I have become faithful about seeing involves particular housing choices. I have seen everything from residing in a treehouse to turning an actual cave into a year round home. Each new one presents a odd set of challenges to make it into a tploy home. The one I was seeing last monthreally intrigued me. The woman bought an outdated rusty barge that has been put out of commision. I was used to transport steel back in the days of industrial greatness along the canals as well as Great Lakes. It entirely looked bad when she bought it but spectacular when finished, one of the things I found fascinating was that, due to the hull being basically hollow, they were able to install a good Heating & A/C system. The air duct was run through the hollow space as well as up through the walls. It was a system exactly like you would find in a frame built house as well as it ran on propane gas. I thought this was genius. I always thought that if you lived on the water you had to have some sort of marine type Heating & A/C system or one that was similar to that you would find in a car. The system that they installed included zone control as well as everything. The vents looked just like those in my own home. The owner was able to travel in their home on the water while feeling like they were in a familiar house. It is amazing how far the Heating & A/C industry has evolved from the days of big outdated gas boilers as well as clunky window air conditioning units.
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