Having pets leads to installation of an air purifier

I started out with one dog that I adopted as a companion.

I then inherited my mom and dad’s dog when they decided to move south after their retirement.

I volunteer at an animal shelter, and I’ve brought another dog and two cats home with me. The collection of animals are dear to me but also quite a bit of work and expense. It’s a struggle to keep the house clean and avoid the smell of a pet store. I’m constantly vacuuming, scrubbing and dusting. I’m very diligent about keeping the animals groomed. I’ve figured out that I need to change the filters in the air conditioner and furnace a lot more than is normally recommended. Even after three weeks, the filters are typically clogged with dust and dander. I know that if I allow the system to operate with a dirty filter, it will need to work harder and run longer. The contaminants will work their way into the inner workings and restrict air flow. I’ll face a greater risk of malfunction and need to replace the heating and cooling system sooner. I’ll also pay much higher energy bills. Along with the performance, I worry about the hygiene and health of the indoor air quality. I certainly don’t want to breathe in allergens. I have recently invested into a whole-home air purification system. It is installed into the ductwork where it treats the air as it passes through. The air purifier reaches every cubic inch of air that is temperature controlled. It not only traps contaminants but also sends out positive and negative ions. These ions disrupt the DNA of pathogens and cause particles to clump together. The particles become bigger and heavier and are more easily filtered out.

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