Heater broke; got so frigid that clothes froze stiff


I’m fairly accustomed to frigid weather. I’m from the north and I’ve lived through twenty something drastic winters up there. The weather is regularly brutal; there’s drastic frigid and wind chill, not to mention the ice storms and heavy snow fall. I’ve had plenty of experience scraping off cars and driving in blinding snow. I’ve also spent a lot of time outdoors in the winter, trudging through snow and shielding all exposed skin from the air to avoid frostbite. It was a new experience for me, but, when my boiler failed last year and I had to try to stay warm indoors for several mornings on end. You see, it was in the middle of the largest blizzard we’ve had in years, and I was resting at house doing a large load of laundry in my toasty warm utility room, when swiftly I heard a sudden noise come from the boiler closet. I went to see what had happened, only to find that the boiler was no longer running. I tried to make adjustments to the control unit, but was unable to kickstart the boiler again. I then spent the next two hours calling every heating and cooling supplier in a 20 miles radius, only to be told that every HVAC repairman was already booked for the next several mornings due to the disappointing weather. I spent the next two mornings trying to stay warm with a single space heater. It got so frigid in my condo that my clothes which had been left in the washing device froze stiff.

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