Periodically, when it comes to your living accommodations, straight-forward is better than complicated and small is better than big. The first house that I rented out of university was perfect for me. It was nothing too fancy, but it was all mine, and I was grateful for it. I had a study room with just enough space for everything I needed, and a small bedroom that was closer to a dinner nook. My room itself was pretty small, but then again, I only ever slept in there, and nothing else. The washroom was pretty tiny too, but it was all right. My number one room was the bedroom, which was pretty much the greatest room in the house; sizable enough to accommodate myself and others and my multiple other friends for football on Mondays. My temperature control proposal was small, but no less efficient, if not more so than conventional Heating and Air Conditioning systems. It really consisted of multiple separate mini-cut ductless units that were installed on either sides of the house. I really didn’t need a sizable powerful Heating and Air Conditioning unit complete with ductworks. The ductless mini cut units did their job just fine. There was little hassle in getting them installed, and even less hassle in keeping them well-took care of. The units are small and discreet and installed way up on the wall.They produce both warm and cool air and have multiple components to them: an indoor unit and an outdoor unit linked by a 3-inch hole in the wall, then like I said, sometimes straight-forward is better!