Felicity was getting married in about two weeks, and they were going to have the ceremony at a hall my family owned.
It was my prerogative to prepare the theater before the wedding day.
I needed to ensure the place was clean for the interior designers to work and the heat pump was working perfectly. We were expecting around 100 people. It was going to be a small and intimate gathering. I called the HVAC company to do a thorough heat pump service on the unit to confirm whether it was in excellent condition to be effective and efficient on the day of the wedding. The HVAC maintenance revealed that the unit needed upgraded components to work more efficiently. The HVAC technician also found the need for a furnace/heater repair. He also changed the furnace filter. Quality heating was paramount since it was a winter wedding, so the furnace had to be in tip-top shape. Once I was sure that the HVAC systems were functioning optimally, I could relax since my role was to ensure that we had help with indoor comfort. Constant communication with the HVAC repairman taught me more about heating that would come in handy once Felicity left our shared apartment. Felicity usually took care of the HVAC equipment, but now it would be up to me. Everything was coming together in the hall. The interior decorators understood the theme of a whimsical winter wedding. I was glad we avoided incurring more costs on ordering an a/c setup from the cooling and heating provider. By the time the wedding day rolled in, everything was ready.