Turning treehouse into AirBnB

I’m the sort of person who’s always looking for innovative ways to make money.

I’m not meant to work a nine-to-five job and I refuse to sell my soul for another 40 years.

I’ve already worked plenty in my lifetime, and I prefer to be my own boss for the remainder of my time on this planet. That’s why I consider myself to be an opportunistic learner. Recently, I decided that I was missing out on an important way to make passive income. I wasn’t exploiting the rental market that has exploded in our modern-day vacation planning. I don’t have a space in my home for someone to stay, nor do I want them to be using my central heating and cooling system. I think it would drive up my regular energy bills if a stranger was changing the thermostat for the entire household. But, I have a large unused tree house in the backyard. The structure simply needed a heating and cooling system to be appropriate as a quirky place to stay. I got online and started researching my available options for providing heating and cooling to the tiny tree space. It didn’t take long to find that other people were using mini split ductless heating and cooling systems in their tree houses. By using a mini split ductless heating and cooling system you can easily provide all of the air quality control measures that a modern human would expect from a rented room. The HVAC system is relatively inexpensive to purchase and to operate. That means, my new HVAC addition is going to keep the tree house profitable and worthwhile for everyone.
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