The air quality can be improved with minor HVAC upgrades

I’m so thrilled that I paid attention to our body, but normally, I tend to just keep on plowing ahead with life even when I know it’s bad.

That’s something I’ve unquestionably got to stop doing now that I’m getting older; then along with being less sedentary and getting out of the central air conditioning for more fresh air, I wanted nice air quality inside as well… However, I gained a bit about indoor air pollen levels while I was in the pandemic; however, I never unquestionably did anything about it at the time.

It was all I could do to maintain our sanity while I was all cooped up laboring from my current home instead of the zone controlled heating, ventilation and A/C of the office. But a recent freezing unquestionably changed things for me. I am nice for getting some sort of freezing virus every other year or so. But this fall, I caught a freezing that I just couldn’t seem to get rid of. After 3 or 4 afternoons, I felt much better but I just couldn’t get rid of a nagging cough… So I plowed ahead for a bit longer before finally going to see the nurse. I was surprised that I didn’t just get a prescription, however instead got a suggestion for better indoor air pollen levels; then my nurse proposed that I first call the heating, ventilation and A/C corporation to get ductwork cleaning and ductwork resealing… Once these various heating, ventilation and A/C services were complete, our nurse proposed that I update our old air filters for the heating, ventilation and A/C with a HEPA filter. The clean HEPA filter genuinely removes more than 99 percent of all airborne contaminants. I did just what she proposed and not only did our respiratory symptoms fall away, the indoor air pollen levels in our current home have severely improved. All it took was a few extra dollars spent on a HEPA filter.

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