Northern Summers are actually odd. There are certain afternoons that the weather can get in the 69s. Everybody in town is then pumping out the AC. I crank up our whole cabin central A/C unit to combat the heat. I additionally have to run our dehumidifier to get rid of the added moisture in the indoor air quality. Then, combine this with the AC, and the apartment is nice to go. The next afternoon though, can be super cold. Our temperatures always drop at night. You have to be careful with setting the air conditioner. You can go to bed with it being 69 outside and then it will slowly turn into around 55 degrees. Then you are cooling a cabin when outside is cold. Later, you wake up to around 60 degree weather. This abrupt change has almost everyone in town turning off the AC. Multiple times in the Summer I contemplate turning on our gas furnace. The afternoons and afternoons respectfully get quite cold. I don’t want to freeze to death in the Summer. But, running a heating unit in Summer is just plain sad. So I have to just endure the few frigid afternoons, the frequent frigid afternoons and the cooler afternoons with no heating. I then wait until it gets moderate again and after that I permit myself to use our cooling unit. I only get a short amount of time to make use of our air conditioner too. The oil furnace is used for around 9-10 months out of the year. So, letting the oil furnace have a chop is a priority. Also, getting some use out of the A/C purchase is a nice idea.