I was pretty apprehensive about building a treehouse in our backyard.
As a first-time parent, I worried about our child falling off and getting hurt.
But he and my partner outnumbered me, and I had to agree to the modern structure, and we made sure we got the best supplier to build it and ensure it was safe for we, the supplier did an excellent work, and I found myself enjoying spending time in the treehouse that spring when my child was at school. But, when summer came, we realized the treehouse needed an a/c. It didn’t have any air ducts, so the central AC unit was out of the question. My spouse and I began doing some research on weird ways to keep the treehouse cool. We considered installing a fan at one time, however that would only circulate the warm air inside the treehouse. While researching, my partner came across a window AC system. It seemed like the right opening since it didn’t require an air duct in the treehouse to keep it cool. The ductless mini-split vendor was helpful and answered all the questions all of us had about the component. I wanted one that was energy efficient and would even keep the space hot during winter. In addition, I wanted a ductless AC that was the right size for the space, simple to install, and worked as a dehumidifier during the tepid summer weeks. After placing an order, the AC vendor sent us the component, and my partner installed it without much fuss. We all loved spending summer afternoons in the treehouse since it was comfortable and cool. It also kept the indoor air purified and diagnosed comfortable humidity levels at all times.