I tend to overdo things.
If a little seasoning is great, a lot more is better. If I needed a larger car, I wanted the biggest 1 on the lot. I recently got into some trouble when buying a new Heating and A/C system. I found out that the previous homeowner cheaped out and bought a smaller heating and cooling machine. It costs less currency upfront however overtime is not a smart purchase. The Heating and A/C plan that was too small had to run consistently and never go to turn off. It regularly needed Heating and A/C repairs and care. Finally I decided that I was sick of paying a ton of currency for Heating and A/C that didn’t honestly work. I had the Heating and A/C worker come in and provide me an bid on a newer, appropriately sized Heating and A/C device. Apparently what Heating and A/C dealers do is called the rule of thumb. They do a loose measurement of your house and basically assume on the Heating and A/C size. They also make more currency the larger the unit. So while the Heating and A/C professional did suggest 1 size, he was more than okay when I wanted to size up. I figured bigger is better. I would rather have too sizable of a Heating and A/C component than too small. Well the joke is on me now. Too sizable of a gas furnace and cooling system isn’t much better. My component is consistently cycling on and off and costing me currency. It can abruptly achieve the control component temperature however then shuts down. It is not fantastic for the inner workings to power up and down. It isn’t going to last long.