Doctor prescribed taking medicine and hiring a HVAC technician

I’ll admit it freely, I’m pretty high maintenance when it comes to living like other people do.

  • But, it’s not really my choice.

I mean, for as long as I can remember now, I have been largely sensitive to my environment and weather conditions. In particular, the indoor air that surrounds me is a large problem in life because it is filled with pollutants or allergens – I’m not sure which. I have never been particular about my respiratory ailments and how to reduce them with indoor air quality control or medical intervention. I never suppose if I need to start taking new prescription meds or just work to improve my indoor air quality. I want to get rid of these respiratory concerns, and I’m tired of chasing allergy specialists. Every time I talk to a western medicine allergy practitioner they give me a different prescription and tell me to hire an heating and A/C provider. Then, I have to start talking to a dozen odd local HVAC repair shops for the next numerous weeks about removing indoor air pollutants from indoor air. Of course, they always want me to do it with brand new HVAC control equipment. This is usually when I start getting concerned about all the differing opinions from every indoor air temperature control worker and their extravagant heating and A/C unit suggestions, and right now, I am going through it all again. Today, I’m considering the option of replacing my 8 year old heating, cooling, and ventilation unit with a new set of high-quality temperature control and filtration devices. The tech insists, the new air handling devices will work to remove all the unwanted contaminants in the air. I don’t know if I trust buying a new heating and A/C system, but I’d like to find out if clean air helps more than pills do.

Air conditioning professional