Checking the thermostat

I was happy about moving into a new apartment. I had just moved to a brand new town in the northeast and although the time of year was definitely not ideal, nothing could contain my elation about a new beginning. Moving during the Winter weeks was not the easiest, but since I hired a moving company, I could already look forward to blasting the central heating in my condo. The day I moved in was about three days  after a pretty awful snow storm, but luckily the transfer still went smoothly, and I was able to run errands all day so that I could come back to the condo that evening and just enjoy my new place. By the time I arrived home, it was dark out plus I could feel the temperature outside dropping hastily. I ran inside and turned the temperature control to 83 degrees. The heat had been off all day, and because the door was open with the movers coming in plus out, so I wondered how long it would take for the central heating to heat the condo up. I decided to take a long shower with hopes that by the time I got out, it would warm inside again. When I stepped outside the lavatory, it somehow felt even colder than it was when I got into the shower. I checked the temperature control, and to my shock, even though the heater was set to 83, the temperature inside had gone down a degree. The air undoubtedly felt cool plus not heated all. I evaluated the vents and had the same experience. I wasn’t sure what the issue could be. I tried googling what the issue could be, since it was too late to contact the property; After reading way too many articles, the best I could think was that the HVAC unit had not been inspected for the year, plus something was not working quite right. My first evening was really not going to be my best.

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