Shopping for an air purification proposal blindly

I was doing retail therapy last Summer when I came across an air purification system; It promised to improve the air quality in any space & help with indoor comfort.

I thought of it as a perfect addition to our quality Heating & A/C unit, thinking it would save us from the several Heating & A/C maintenance calls, especially since there seemed to be increased dust in the air that season.

I pressed buy & went on to wait for what I hoped was the best air quality proposal in the market. All I needed to do was call an Heating & A/C professional to install it once it was delivered, but when the Heating & A/C serviceman came over, I realized our mistake in our rushed purchase. I had not considered the system’s specs when buying it for our house, the Heating & A/C company expert told myself and others that the component was the same as buying an air filter & that what I had bought was ionized, which would not work well since our beach house has several metallic features. I also did not need to add anything to what I already had in site, so it was a wasted purchase; However, I mentioned the dust situation, & the serviceman recommended I sign up for their beach beach house service duct cleaning to remove any accumulated dust & change the filters. While cleaning, I got the proposal to call the local business who’d handled the house’s air duct when it was built & ask him if he could purchase the purifier. Lucky for me, he took our offer, & I ended up recovering our money because it was quality equipment, just not for our house.

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