We finally spent our extra money on adding a whole home air purifier system to our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C unit.
This has really been something that both my fiance Dave and I have considered for numerous years.
Plus we’ve both suffered from dust sensitivities all of our lives, too. And although the HEPA filters for the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C have been pretty helpful for us, it didn’t completely eradicate the problems that we had been having. And since the two of us lived in a place where the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C is on basically all year, we’ve dealt with having very little fresh air in the house for the most part. That meant a lot of recycled odors lingering on in the air inside our home and through our ventilation ducts. This was a hassle and occasionally it was even a little bit of an embarrassment for us as well. My fiance and I also love to keep our house really clean and organized most of the time. It has been sort of a rule that the two of us want our house to be clean enough for company to stop over at any time. However, that stubborn indoor air odor problem has messed up our efforts. I guess that another factor in our initial considerations, too. And this included a whole home air purifier. Still, the two of us just had a difficult time with justifying the expense of adding it to our existing HVAC system. Then all that changed with the pandemic. We found out just how important the indoor air quality was to our immune and overall health. That’s when the cost of the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C addition was completely justified. And until this health crisis, I hadn’t ever made the connection between Heating, Ventilation, and A/C and immune health. But it’s pretty apparent to me now! I guess whenever you have great indoor air quality, your immune system isn’t continually responding to assaults on your respiratory system. That made it a pretty easy choice for us to make then.