I guess I am the sort of person who is not typically that observative.
Sometimes I guess that I am on top of our game until it is actually brought to our attention.
This is what happened recently in regards to our entire central heating in addition to the cooling system. More particularly, I guess this was the effect of neglecting our extensive ductwork hygiene for a number of years. I’ve typically been legitimately careful about arranging our professional heating in addition to cooling repair in addition to regular repair services. It’s been at the top of our priority list to take nice care of our expensive air conditioner plan in addition to forced air furnace. However, I have never really bothered to pay for a professional ductwork cleaning before in our life. Apparently, this fact meant that I never noticed a legitimately important component of our existing central heating in addition to cooling system… The air return vents. Did you ever realize the fact that you have a separate vent which sucks air directly into your massive forced air furnace or cooling system? This helps you to circulate the indoor air in the house rather than just pumping it through your air vents. Apparently, our huge air return vent is hidden anywhere near the bottom of the stairs. This is a super unfortunate location for it, because the pets prefer hanging out down in the lower level. On the sad day that I finally discovered this partially hidden air vent, I realized that it was nasty and filthy with airborne contaminants. I guess that at least when the air passed through the fur-laden vent, it was somewhat filtered in a way… through the existing layers of hair.