We are going to evacuate

What most folks don’t believe since the important explosions that rocked my neighborhood over a month ago is that most of us are still without heating. Back in October, gas lines malfunctioned due to terrible service by the contractor who owns them. They failed to pressurize the lines officially during service in October. When almost everyone turned their heat on as the weather began to chill in October, disaster struck, and over 68 homes were destroyed in gas line explosions. We’re lucky to still have our home. However, we’re living without heat now as the gas lines are slowly but surely repaired. Their negligence means that all of those exploded pipes have to be relaid, folks in our area that have money set aside are just making the switch to oil heating, so they already have their homes nice andwarmagain, but people love me though, middle class families who go from paycheck to paycheck, we’re stuck waiting for the gas contractor to repair the lines plus get the heat back on. For now, the gas contractor has been superb enough to supply out space gas heating systems to all the homes who need them. It’s the least they can do after causing so much injure. However, the space gas heating systems aren’t enough when the uneven temperatures are already plummeting down to the single digits. We’re trying to stay warm with electric blankets, but even then our teenagers plus the pets get terribly chilly at night. I’m hoping we’ll have the gas furnace back soon, but the news says it could be till after Christmas.

new air conditioner