I choose to repair when replacement was absolutely smarter

When I purchased my first home most people told me I was too young to be a homeowner.

I graduated from school and wanted to live on my own though.

I got a task teaching at a Chicago, IL school and wanted to live close without renting. I purchased my home and appreciated it. It became clear that I was wonderful at cooking, cleaning, and going to work. I was not so wonderful at condo upkeep. There is a lot to do to keep a home going well. The Heating, Ventilation & A/C, eclectic, and plumbing is just daunting for a girl in her 20s, then last year I had a large issue going on with my air conditioner. The cooling system just wouldn’t turn on. I tried google, called a handyman, my father, and nobody could maintain it. I then threw in the towel and just got an air conditioner company in Chicago, IL to make the fix. The guy did a good task but it was a doozy. Apparently there was a motor issue and it had to be completely replaced. The actual repair was super costly and quite close to buying a whole up-to-date unit. So he laid out my options and asked if I wanted repair or replacement. I felt young in that situation since I wasn’t sure what smart transport was. I chose repair to save the currency and now I am thinking I made a mistake. Now I have an older system with an up-to-date motor that isn’t too efficient. If I would have sprung a little more currency, I would have a brand new, energy smart unit.

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