This summer has been so fruitful and blessed by the Monsoons actually dumping dearly needed rain on the Mojave Desert. During the installation of the new HVAC system, the sky opened up which cooled everything down, so nice!
Nikon with 50mm Nikkor
Well, the new heating and cooling systems are officially installed and are cooling the home perfectly and are sooo much quieter than the old system both inside and out. You homeowners reading this know all too well what this costs and it ain’t cheap! The flip side is that value was added to the home today. Home equity is a beautiful thing!
I have no intention of selling this home but down the road, it’ll be a big plus. I have no photos of the heating and cooling unit in the attic though, sorry. I can’t safely climb ladders these days. I do have a few more photos to upload though if you care to see them tomorrow. It’s odd that these units are in the attic, but that’s how it’s done here.
Yesterday afternoon I kept hearing a ticking sound in the other room. Checking for the source of the sound I found my bathroom ceiling bulging. I popped the bubble to drain it, now it looks like this. I called an HVAC company to come out even though it was late.
They showed up within the hour, the tech found out that the PVC pipe that drains the extra moisture from the coil had plugged up due to calcium buildup. Great. The pipe was unplugged, they will be back this morning to check the system further, the coil may need replacement but I’m not gonna let them do that.
A home is a hole into which one pours money! And that paint damage has to be repaired…
In 2018 I was still using the Nikon D3300 body and a zoom lens, these photos look different from my photography today. Also, I have an appointment Monday with a pro photographer who I hope will give me some solid tips on getting the best photos I can from the Nikon Z6 body. We shall see what happens.