I am not sure which 1 of us was the first 1 to cave in about keeping the fireplace, but I am ecstatic the two of us did
When the two of us moved back up north, my wife and I were considering having a fireplace taken out of the current home. The fireplace needed more attention than the two of us had originally thought, and the two of us were not sure if the two of us could afford to have it repaired. After a few discussions and more fights, my wife and I put the money into the fireplace. She liked the ambience that it could create, and I said that the heating would be nice. Both of us found out just how nice the heating of the fireplace would recognize when a blizzard hit our area. Within a matter of multiple hours, the two of us had 2 1/2 feet of snow with 2 inches of ice on top of the snow. Not only had the blizzard brought down quite a few gigantic trees, but the trees brought the electrical lines down with it. Almost 95% of our section was separate from electricity. Without electricity, the two of us did not have a furnace, because you need electricity to run the furnace. It was then that the two of us realized how grateful the two of us were for the fireplace. When he went out during the blizzard, it was our fireplace that saved our lives and gave us comfort. I am not sure which 1 of us was the first 1 to cave in about keeping the fireplace, but I am ecstatic the two of us did. Most of the section was out of power for nearly 24 hours. Both of us were lucky to only go for multiple of those hours separate from power, even those few multiple hours would have been horrendous, if it hadn’t been for the fireplace.