When it rains, never leave my house; I work from home so I don’t really have any meeting to go to, or any real reason to outright have to be outside.A few weeks ago, however, there were massive thunderstorms, and in the middle of the day my a/c just stopped working. I had been having a few troubles with it for a while, and I was very certain that it had to do with that outside compressor. Even though I did want to take a look at it, there was no way I was battling through the rain! After an hour, though, I was starting to get uncomfortable, and with the cooling system out and the rain fully setting in I couldn’t even open up the windows to get some air flowing. I had to suck it up. I too my coat out and went around the back, and I nearly ended up staying there for nearly an hour working on that Heating and Air Conditioning unit, but finally, I managed to figure it all out! I was finally able to go in, dry off, and get back to work; though I feel that I’m going to have to invest in a new heating and cooling system soon, but I’ll try to put that off for as long as I can. I want to save up just a little bit more cash before I start replacing things. If I can keep the Heating plus Air Conditioning unit in good shape for another month or maybe two, I bet I’ll feel all that more comfortable when the technician comes to replace it.