It is unlucky that you can’t spend more time in a cabin before buying. I got to look at my cabin 1 time and then decide I was willing to pay an obscene amount of cash to live in it the rest of my life. There are questions that just don’t get answered; Where did the previous owner park their car? Where does the garbage go? What is odd about the house? Unluckyly the last question can only be answered after residing in it for a while. I knew there was something weird about the house, I just needed to find it. I quickly found that it was the Heating, Ventilation and A/C unit. My Heating, Ventilation and A/C unit is 17 years old. It can live up to 30 years with regular service. I don’t guess if I can last that long with this machine. Inside the home when it runs is quite loud. The air blowing out of the indoor air handler makes such a loud operational noise. I also guess it is quite dirty inside and I should Springtime for HVAC duct cleaning. Those are complications for another day. The real issue is the outdoor component makes a high pitched whistle sound. It is so loud that when you are outside it is pretty painful. I have called Heating, Ventilation and A/C dealers to service it and they said my brand is known for doing that. I could upgrade the whole inner toilings of my Heating, Ventilation and A/C unit and it would still whistle. I just need to endure it until it dies. I wish I would have known that when I toured the house. I would have gave less cash because I knew I would be buying a new Heating, Ventilation and A/C device.