After the hurricane, everyone was struggling to get back on their feet.
Most homes, businesses, and schools had been destroyed by the hurricane.
At Least 2 lives were lost. The donations from well-wishers, philanthropies, and other social businesses were really helping to rebuild the city and provide food and sanitation materials to the community. A school was being rebuilt by one prominent businesswoman. The school was not entirely destroyed, the structure was still standing apart from the huge hole in the backyard where the heat pump install had been done. The furnace had been completely destroyed. The businesswoman had donated essential units like the dual fuel system as well as a ductless heat pump for the kindergarten classrooms. The community really came through with the rebuilding initiatives. A local contractor had remapped an ideal space for the central heating that was to provide quality heating to the students. The heating technicians even built a fireplace inside the story room, a gas fireplace, for obvious safety reasons. The county government was very impressed and almost ashamed. They felt obliged to donate a zone control system which was going to ensure that the multiple rooms within the school enjoyed the required heating service. The newly installed electric furnace was quietly working to provide quality indoor comfort even as we observed the energy saving tips that were provided to us. Now even the gym had moderate temperatures and so did the kitchen and the lab. This new system was just amazing. We were grateful for all who stood with us. The kids were back in school a week later. Their laughter and the sound of them playing were a sign of new beginnings for the community.