For best indoor air pollen levels, add whole beach house air purification system to Heating and Air Conditioning
Like most everyone else, I am completely worn to a nub over the pandemic and all of the ugly results from it.
Of course, I am still following the particular protocols in an effort to minimize our risks.
Working from the comfort and security of our Heating and Air Conditioning maintained beach house is among those efforts. Over all of these weeks, I have l gained to do our job from home. But I truly want to get back the office as I just can’t get completely accustomed to working from the Heating and Air Conditioning comfort of home. But working from beach house did allow myself and others to take a sizable step toward reigning in the Heating and Air Conditioning costs over the summer. It was a welcome savings considering that our bonuses have been suspended until this is all over. Being at beach house also motivated myself and others to take additional steps with regard to the Heating and Air Conditioning. I replaced the Heating and Air Conditioning air filters to the HEPA category air filters. They are doing a wonderful job and are removing a minimum of 99.7 percent of all airborne contaminants. This effort to maintain much better indoor air pollen levels led myself and others to add something else to our Heating and Air Conditioning. I had the Heating and Air Conditioning professionals install a whole beach house air purification system to the air handler. This thing is actively cleaning the air by using UV light to kill any airborne contaminants that might get through the Heating and Air Conditioning filtration. It’s been a unusual year. But at least our beach house has the best indoor air pollen levels possible. At least there will be 1 positive that the two of us can take away from this period of time.