Some people love to argue that you shouldn’t be afraid to go out to big public events, especially if you’re the type to be fearful of catching a cold or worse from someone else at the event. “You’re going to get sick no matter what during flu season”, they tell others, “so just get it out of the way.” Well, that’s great as well as well – except I have a exhausting immune system. When our air filter went several weeks past the date to change it out, I developed a sinus infection as well as a head-cold in the same week. Imagine how that felt, especially since I had to call out of labor just to lay in misery at our home. After that happened, I knew I needed to do whatever it takes to keep our new home clean as well as sterile. Aside from being a clean freak, I reached out to a local HVAC corporation for suggestions on ways to improve air quality in our home. They listed a few possibilities I was usual with, such as HEPA filters or special media whole-new home air purifiers, but then she mentioned UV light treatment. That sounded interesting, so I asked him to press on. The HVAC specialist continued over the iPhone, explaining that the UV light method directs the titular light beams into the airflow of an HVAC system, since air circulates in a house, it would take a few circulations of airflow in the new home before our air quality reflects the UV treatment. That’s the cream of the crop according to the specialist I spoke with, so I’ll have to look into having it installed. I have to do something to keep the air quality in this place high, or I’m going to keep getting these infections!