We honestly couldn’t figure out what had happened with the indoor air quality and temperature control
Sometimes I wonder if it’s possible to make good decisions in this world now that everybody has done so tricky. With the onset of the internet age, I feel like every human has more information than they really need right at their fingertips. By this, I mean that it is possible to take advantage of many situations thanks to the data that you can easily find online. You never know when someone is being honest with you or playing some kind of psychological mind hack. This has been especially pertinent in our recent attempt to find and purchase a new house. For many months we have been looking for a beautiful home, and having terrible luck. I finally thought that we had found the perfect home last week… Until I realized that the residence smells horribly. When we first viewed the property the indoor air quality was amazing. It felt like they had a high-powered air conditioning system installed for the house, similar to a commercial AC unit. The air was crisp, clean, and fresh. I didn’t notice a single odor except for the gentle aroma of a particularly nice candle burning in the kitchen. My wife and I were so blown away by the amazing house and the awesome HVAC system that we nearly put in an offer on the house right then. Thank God we didn’t. We visited the property again 2 days later and we’re shocked by the horrible indoor air quality. The entire house smells like a sewage facility. We honestly couldn’t figure out what had happened with the indoor air quality and temperature control. That’s when we opened the closet and found a portable air purification device hidden away. Clearly, the realtor knew that nobody would purchase a stinky house, and used secret HVAC to cover the evidence.