All this virus talk has me investing in air quality

I’m totally not the type of person who is paranoid.

I stay away from the news, and I don’t like to buy into all of the hype that they dish out.

I feel like there’s an endless string of drama and unnecessary panic created by the media, and I do my best to keep my head above water. For the past several months, I have been chugging along and ignoring the problems overseas. I haven’t worried a great deal about the viral outbreak or the potential for a global pandemic. However, that’s exactly what has happened while I was busy interior decorating and caring for my animals. Unfortunately, now I am on the paranoia train to a certain extent. I don’t want to go completely overboard, but I have been thinking a lot about my indoor air quality. I figure, it wouldn’t hurt to have some air purification measures in place whether or not there is a highly contractible disease spreading through the population. I started looking online and realized that there are a lot of affordable air purification methods for residential applications. They aren’t extremely difficult to install or maintain, so long as your air purification appliance is professionally installed and regularly serviced. For these purposes, you will need to hire a reputable heating and cooling contractor who has experience in air purification. You’ll want to stock up on high-quality HEPA air filters for your air handling appliance. You’ll also want to purchase new UV bulbs for sterilization. If you can meet all of these requirements, your indoor air will be much cleaner and less likely to contain airborne pathogens. It’s the same technique that hospitals use for air quality control, and I would like to trust their air handling devices.


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