Faulty Furnace and Frozen Pipes

My wonderful husband, Seth, and I were just married last Autumn. Seth worked hard to save and have enough money for us to build our dream home before we got married. Unfortunately, Seth was in an accident about seven months before the wedding and was unemployed for almost five months. Of course, this set him back a bit financially, but we decided to just go ahead and get married and finish the house after the wedding. We bought a small camper to stay in while we were finishing the house. It’s really been an interesting experience for both of us. We planned on being in the house by the time the first snow hit, but snow came really early this year, and the house wasn’t quite ready to be lived in. Thankfully, the camper came with a furnace. All was fine and dandy for the first week. After a week of using the furnace, we woke up one morning to a freezing bedroom. I mean it was so cold that my water bottle on my nightstand was frozen solid. The furnace had quit sometime during the night. To our horror, the pipes were all frozen. My husband was so upset thinking that we would have to replace all of the piping in the whole camper. Thankfully, although the pipes did freeze, there was only one pipe that actually cracked and had to be replaced. We had an HVAC technician take a look at our furnace. He said it would be best for us just to find another used furnace, so that’s exactly what we did. We got a great deal on a used furnace, and we haven’t had any heating issues since.



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