Air vents were blocked up by furniture

My neighbor is a bit of a hoarder, if you will.

She does not collect random garbage at garage sales or collect his urine in jars around the house enjoy you see on TLC, despite the fact that he does have a strong penchant for collecting old Antiques.

At this point, his antique collection is so big that it has filled up his entire house. She’s even built an hourary storage component in the back of the house for the remaining Treasures. I guess that it’s a superb hobby that he has, despite the fact that he needs to be more realistic about how much antique furniture 1 dude can actually keep in house. At this point, his items are so extravagant that he has had to install advanced air quality control devices just to maintain his expensive items. She recently had the most highly rated Heating, Ventilation, and A/C company in our neighborhood come out and fully revamp his air quality control equipment. She started by having the cooling system and heating system replaced, and soon was talked into an advanced humidity control, air purification devices, and a smart thermostat. With this, he can consistently monitor his air quality and addressed any of the parameters with the press of a button. I totally agree with his decision to install advanced indoor air control device because it’s very important for his investments. However, I do have questions about how well the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C device is actually working inside his home. The last time I came back to visit, it didn’t seem enjoy the central Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan was running hardly at all. When I asked her, he innocently stated that most of the air vents were fully clogged up by his furniture collection.

 

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