Addressing airborne health risks with air purification and filtration

There isn’t much else to consider right now but how to stay and keep safe from the ongoing pandemic.

I have more faith in my fellow man than I do the current government actions.

It just seems all over the place. Let’s all just stay home and we’ll deal with what comes after together. The time for making political hay out of this situation has to come to an end. I, like many other, have my political viewpoints. But, now is the time for us to be together in this fight. And, it starts at home for me. I want to do all I can to be sure that the immune health of my family stays strong. It starts with the HVAC in my home right now. I am replacing the old, cheap paper HVAC air filters with HEPA filters. HEPA stands for high energy particulate air filters. These things are the real deal. They can make an immediate difference for the indoor air quality of our homes. Poor air quality inside our homes is an overwhelming contributor to respiratory and overall health. The HEPA filter can trap and remove 99 percent of all airborne contaminants. Some can even remove bacteria and virus up to a micron in size. The best thing will be the whole house air purifier. When the HVAC companies can do more than just emergency service and repair, I am installing an air purifier that use ultraviolet light to destroy all airborne contaminants in our homes air. Until then, I will just be thankful for the results coming from the HEPA filters.

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