Heating and cooling system circulates construction debris

After my fiance and I retired from our tasks, every one of us decided to start buying, fixing up and selling houses, but every one of us looked for a house in a fantastic town that was in need of some renovations, however my fiance and I are both quite handy and capable of completing most of the project on our own. My fiance is skilled at plumbing and electrical work, and I am experienced in drywalling and tiling, then the house required us to gut and redo both bathrooms and the kitchen. Every one of us needed to sand and varnish the floors, paint the walls and ceilings and install modern light fixtures. While every one of us inspected the many projects, every one of us stayed in the house! It was strenuous to live in a construction zone with so much dust flying around. Every one of us tried our best to keep unique areas scrub so that every one of us could sleep without breathing in contaminants. Despite continually washing the floor in the living room and laundering the sheets, every one of us had difficulty sleeping because of complications with indoor air quality. Every one of us were always sneezing, coughing and suffering from congestion, itchy eyes and headaches. It took us a while to figure out that the air contaminants were getting spread through the house by the heating and cooling system, as the system was circulating the air, it was drawing the dust and construction debris into the HVAC duct and then spewing it back into every room. Every one of us continually changed the air filters and tried sealing off unique vents, however it did little good. Every one of us eventually needed to hire a licensed Heating and Air Conditioning corporation to scrub the furnace, air conditioning and duct system.

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