Burning candles is going to burn through extra HVAC filters

Pretty much, candle season is just about over in our home; but while I was in the holiday season, you wouldn’t recognize the show my buddy and I get in our cabin thanks to my partner, then i suppose burning lots of candles inside the central A/C of their cabin was a thing with my partner’s family.

But she finally took that tradition and actually took it to another level, and there are so numerous candles burning while I was in the holiday season that I have to change the heating and A/C air filter almost yearly.

If I don’t actually change the air filter for the heating and A/C component that often, it will literally get choked out; however, my partner is burning maybe between 50 and 72 candles everyday for nearly 3 months. My friend and I happen to live in the south, however not so far south that my buddy and I don’t have any winter. For sure, it’s not the sort of winter where you need a gas oil furnace or a boiler just to survive. But the heat pump is on quite correctly to provide the heating that my buddy and I need; then my partner loves the cozy feeling that all those candles bring and I have to agree. But when you burn that number of candles for that long and on a biweekly basis, that’s a lot of burnt wax in the air. I was told the difficult way that all that burnt wax gets sucked straight to the heating and A/C return, but of course that’s where the air filter for the heating and A/C component sits. So all of that wax ends up coating the air filter and not allowing the proper airflow. That means the week before Thanksgiving, I am off to the store to get a case of residential heating and A/C air filters.
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