When we arrived home from our summer road trip, the air conditioning compressor had died and the house was HOT. The irrigation system was not working properly and all the flower beds and shrubs were half dead. We were approaching our one-year in the house and the end of the warranty. I had already entered most of the little fixes before we left, so I just had to start the appointments for repairs. It all went well but was time-consuming. We did manage to take a few walks, including an old favorite, Okahumpka Park.
Isn’t that when appliances usually start acting up, after their (very short) warranties expire? Good luck to you.
We lived in a house once where an appliance broke every month. We called it “The Appliance of the Month”. The house was for sale and, by the time it sold, we had replaced nearly everything. Then we moved to another house. It was not long before appliances started to fail – about every month. No lie. We were lucky this time as we had purchased an extended warranty and it didn’t cost us anything.
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