I just moved into the most beautiful new home. The architecture is so pretty & it has gorgeous high ceilings. It was built in 1932 & I care about the outdated feel to it. It has the original hardwood flooring in every room & the previous owner diagnosed them undoubtedly well, then right when I walked into the home I knew it was going to be mine, so I put down an offer & the next afternoon I found out it was mine. I was so happy to transfer in & start to decorate my new home. I wanted to make sure that everything was all set for me to transfer in, so I called my local Heating & A/C specialist to come over & inspect the Heating & A/C system. He said he was surprised at how well the Heating & A/C system had been diagnosed. Everything looked superb to him from the air duct to the furnace. However, when he said furnace I was a little shocked. I was not aware that my new home had furnace. I thought it had central heating & cooling. The Heating & A/C specialist said it wouldn’t be to different, I would just need to make sure that I was scheduling routine repair visits on the furnace to insure it was working always. He gave me a tutorial on how to start the furnace, showed me where the pilot light was & how to clean the dust from around it. I was a little worried about this, although he said if I was ever having concerns I could call him & he would come right out & take a look at it; Most of the time people are worried about heaters & everything turns out fine!