HEPA filters for the HVAC will change the way you breathe

There is just so much going on all around us.

The health crisis has only been exacerbated by the economic crisis.

I’m not sure which is worse. However, I am over 50 and I sure don’t want to get this virus. That’s why staying inside the comfort and security of my HVAC controlled home hasn’t been as tough to take. The alternative is far, far worse. But, there is the money side to all of this that I also have to deal with. Without doing my job, there will not be any HVAC comfort inside our home because I won’t be able to pay for it. Fortunately for me, I am able to still work my job from home. But, my wife has seen her paycheck greatly reduced due to a furlough and then bringing her back at reduced hours. So, I am trying to find other things that I can do online after my workday is finished. This means quite a bit of time inside the HVAC. It dawned on me that I might want to make the indoor air quality a bit more of a priority. I have been long aware how important indoor air quality is to a person’s immune health. However, I haven’t done a thing about it. It wouldn’t take all that much to really improve the air that I breathe throughout my entire day. It’s not like I’m only sleeping here! So, remarkably better indoor air quality cost me less than $10 more per month, if that. I simply upgraded to a HEPA type air filter and the difference is staggering.

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