Thank you for the comments. We must say however that your comments on the water are shocking at best. We are very clear in our profile that we are environmentally friendly which means that we take care of natural resources including water and electricity. Money is not the issue here. If you feel stressed and you consider caring for the environment a weird rule, I would humbly recommend that you read the rules of the house in detail. In the US we care about the world we live in so you should be conscious about this.
On another issue, we are very specific in the description of the house that WE DO NOT CHARGE for anything in our house. We do offer however the option for those that want it, to clean your clothes and we charge for this. In our view, besides the money you could be a little grateful that we offer to do your laundry. But again this could be a cultural difference. We are always very appreciative and grateful both with our guests, as well as our hosts when we travel. Even in hotels we make sure to tip really well the staff, most specially those that clean our clothes and room.
On another matter, what you mention about the AC is also really strange. Our house, as the large majority of houses in our city have central AC which means that we cannot turn on the AC in individual bedrooms. When we came into the house we noticed that the AC was on at a very low temperature and you had all the windows open. So we kindly asked you to be considerate.
For those who read these comments you will notice that Lingruo did not have any experience with AirBnB . Even though the reservation was for herself, when we came in she had opened the doors to a man who was living with her. Even though we have a 3 years old girl with us and there is a security concern we allowed him to stay. We have the greatest of reviews and we have been doing this for a long time. All that we are saying has been documented in AirBnB and we encourage the reader to see the 'strange' intent of her comments.