UV light is used to purifier and sanitize air as it passes through your Heating and A/C system

It was spine-chilling being at the hospital last month.

Although our state isn’t thought to be a warm zone right now with virus infections, I have been told by all the people I guess to avoid the hospital at all costs.

It’s hard to do that when your disabled mother has to be admitted to the hospital after a series of back injuries causing fractures in her spine. She had to get imaging done of her entire body, and now she’s in a limbo phase where they’re trying to see if she can heal on her own, or if she needs surgery. Sadly, the surgery could be fatal or result in paralysis. Even if it is successful, the tile put into the vertebrate will cause others near it to crack with time. The question then becomes whether or not you get the surgery and risk getting worse in the long term to get better in the short term, or if you wait and do as much physical therapy as possible to try and heal on your own. Thankfully she’s no longer in the hospital, but all of us have taken some precautions in case either one of us caught the virus while all of us were at the hospital. We obtained and installed two UV light air cleaners that contain HEPA filters and carbon filters. They clean and sanitize indoor air from nearly any contaminant you could throw at it. They’re good in trapping harmful airborne particles and preventing them from getting sucked into the central Heating and A/C plan where they get recirculated throughout the house. Even after we’ve gone a few weeks without symptoms, we’re honestly going to use these air cleaners for years to come.
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