After a bunch of years of not using a gas furnace, I sincerely do not guess that I could bring myself to pick up a gas furnace for my residence to use it.
I will easily continue using the wood stove at my residence until I grow too seasoned to use a wood stove.
If I am no longer able to use the wood stove, I should transfer into my son’s residence for him to take care of me. I’m sure at that point, I really will be too useless to do anything else either. I grew up in a legitimately old-fashioned residence with a legitimately seasoned lifestyle too. My parents lived on a farm, and they did not have electricity during the entire time that I lived there. Instead of using a gas furnace to heat their residence, they had a wood stove that heated their residence. The bunch of us didn’t have any cooling machine in our residence either. During the fall, we would cut a huge amount of wood so that we would be able to heat our residence with the woodstove… When I grew up and moved out on my own, I also used a wood stove since that is the kind of heating machine that I was used to, but after using a wood stove for a long period of time, I do not really believe that I could get used to a gas furnace. Sure, a gas furnace is more convenient, but I love the challenge of using a wood stove. I guess that I would get extremely bored if I switched to using a gas furnace. Unless I have no choice but to use a gas furnace, I doubt that I will ever make the switch. Besides, using the wood stove is a wonderful exercise for me, and I love it.