Switching the kind of air filters I use at home

After using disposable air filters for what seems like forever now I have to have finally decided that it’s time for me to switch to something that I think is going to be far more effective.

I decided to switch from the disposable air filters to HEPA filters.

The reason for the switch is I want something that is going to be far better at getting rid of all the microscopic particles that might be in the air and causing me to become sick, however unluckily I have suffered from dust sensitivities for most of my life and so I have a sensitivity to bad indoor air quality. I have also decided that now is the time for me to take control of my indoor air quality and get an air filter that is going to do the job and do it properly. I went down to the local heating and AC store yesterday and started looking at all their different air filters, while I was there I wanted to take a look at all the different kinds of air filters that they actually had available to see if there was any other possibilities that I would be willing to consider apart from the HEPA filter. There was one and that was a washable air filter, I didn’t even know there was such a thing as washable air filter but it was good to know that they were there because I might eventually consider giving them a try. I picked up two different HEPA filters and I got ready to use them for the first time. I officially installed the first one the other day and I’m waiting to see how it continues to do, and already after only one day I have seen a significant difference in my indoor air quality and so I’m particularly cheerful with how it’s performing so far.
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