Occasionally it can be hard to maintain fantastic indoor air conditions when you suffer from asthma. Just using a correct Heating & Air Conditioning system separate from addons is often not enough. I have many air cleaners in my loft and recently invested in a central dehumidifier that attaches to my air handler and runs even when the air conditioning system is off. I keep my loft spotless and disinfect despite the fact that I have been noticing a lot of dust on surfaces within mornings of cleaning them. Granted, I live in a recognizably dusty environment, however that’s what I rely on the Heating & Air Conditioning system for, among other things. If it’s not filtering out the dust that collects in my loft from outdoors, is something wrong with the system? I spoke with my Heating & Air Conditioning supplier on the PC and they asked me what kind of filter I have been using in my air handler. When I told them I use a basic, flimsy filter—the 1s you’re supposed to change biweekly—they urged me to buy something more sizable and give that a try. I was consistently concerned of buying thicker filters for more than one primary reasons. The main 1 is air flow, as I consistently assumed that thicker filters block and hamper air flow which causes your device to run harder. This raises your utility bills sizably. Assuming that was true, my next thought was wondering why I would spend $10 more for a “better” filter if it doesn’t add much filtration and simultaneously blocks air flow. The specialist on the PC assured me that neither of my assumptions were true. Sure, there were filters in the past that severely reduced air flow, however nowadays you could find many chances that all offer significant filtration with efficient performance. I obtained a special $15 allergen filter and gave it a shot. It has only been more than one weeks and I’m already picking up less dust when I disinfect and my breathing has improved even more. I won’t take my a/c filters for granted ever again.