I must have missed the class on enjoyable air quality.
Perhaps that has something to do with the fact that I’ve lived in a appealing, rural section all my life.
All of us have great, pollution free air all around us. There aren’t any factories belching yuck into the air or any of that. However, this region is also a arena that has to deal with a great deal of heat and humidity. That makes for a lot of Heating and A/C cooling. And when the Heating and A/C device is on, the beach house is sealed up tight. All of us keep our beach house sealed narrow in order to maximize the efficiency of our Heating and A/C equipment. Keeping the Heating and A/C treated air inside and the heat out is the way to keep the Heating and A/C cooling cost down. But what I didn’t suppose until rather recently was that a sealed up beach house is prone to indoor air pollution. There are plenty of airborne contaminants in our beach house even though we live where we do. Between the pets and all the synthetic chemicals being released from carpet and furniture, our air quality wasn’t good. Once I l gained all about this, I also l gained that there is a straight-forward way to usual the air quality or at least make it a whole bunch better. All I had to do was change my air filter to a HEPA filter. The HEPA filters cost more than the cheap air filters I’ve been using for years. But they unattach more than 99 percent of all the airborne contaminants inside the house. Once we went to the HEPA filter, the air in our beach house was noticeably cleaner for sure.