The electric heat pump has become popular.
So much so someone made it part of their presentation at a local climate strike.
I like what the younger generation is doing with climate awareness. I, for one, would never have bothered to know about what cooling technology is climate-friendly. Not that I do not care, but I have so much to worry about I don’t even remember where the local HVAC business is located. I attended the climate strike event to support my niece, who has been such an enthusiastic activist that no one in the family wants to let her down. I was terrified that the HVAC installation presentation would have her advocating for us all to change the cooling units we use for climate control in preference for the climate-friendlier option. Surprisingly, all she was interested in was knowing from us after the event, as if we learned something new and what changes we thought we could make. I said without feeling that I had decided to change the AC I use to help with indoor comfort for the heat pump. Everyone, including my sister, was shocked, and nothing about me surprised her anymore. My mouth seemed to go on about how I would call the HVAC contractor about it and visit the cooling corporation to window shop for it. I was shocked. To save myself from blabbering more, I went to the local service provider, met with a cooling technician, explained my predicament, and told me I didn’t have to do it immediately. I had to take a cab, but I’m glad I went because the cooling specialist helped me calm down, and when I do decide to make the change, I’m sure I will get top-quality AC service from them.