Shopping for an air purification proposal blindly

I was doing retail therapy last summer time when I came across an air purification system, but it promised to improve the air quality in any space and help with indoor comfort.

I thought of it as a perfect addition to our quality Heating, Ventilation, and A/C unit, thinking it would save us from the many Heating, Ventilation, and A/C maintenance calls, especially since there seemed to be increased dust in the air that season. I pressed buy and went on to wait for what I hoped was the best air quality proposal in the market, but all I needed to do was call an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professional to install it once it was delivered; When the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C serviceman came over, I realized my mistake in my rushed purchase. I had not considered the system’s specs when buying it for my house, however the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C supplier expert told myself and others that the component was the same as buying an air filter and that what I had bought was ionized, which would not work well since my home has many metallic features. I also did not need to add anything to what I already had in locale, so it was a wasted purchase. However, I mentioned the dust situation, and the serviceman proposed I sign up for their home maintenance duct cleaning to unlink any accumulated dust and change the filters. While cleaning, I got the proposal to call the local supplier who’d handled the house’s HVAC duct when it was built and ask him if he could purchase the purifier. Lucky for me, he took my offer, and I ended up reuseing my money because it was quality equipment, just not for my house.

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