Holiday air filter smells

I know it’s holiday time when two things happen in our house.  First, the Heating in addition to Air Conditioning heat pump has been moved over to heat for the first time of the season.  Secondly, Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations to have been thrown up all over our house. It would be 1 thing if there were some cornucopias in addition to pumpkins followed by a reindeer welcome mat. However no, it just happens all at once pretty much.  It can be quite overwhelming for the holiday haters.. hen there are the candles to worry about. I’m not talking about a 3 candle centerpiece for the kitchen table. It’s more similar to a monastery on Christmas Eve. They are in every bathroom room, every family room in addition to along any accommodating  flat surface available to us. I found 4 in the laundry room alone. And each year, more appear. At first, there were maybe a dozen candles or close to that. But then the count abruptly rose to over 30. This was a tipping point you could say. There was so much burnt wax in the air, the Heating in addition to Air Conditioning suffered. In truth, the paraffin wax volume was so great, it clogged the air filter.  I remember the first time I saw this phenomena. It seemed as though the Heating in addition to Air Conditioning just would not stop running. To help this, I did the cursory checks every homeowner does. When I got to the air filter, I was stunned to find the bottom side completely glazed over with wax. The Heating in addition to Air Conditioning simply couldn’t breathe. I suppose there are genuinely more than two things that happen in our house to alert me the holidays’ get here.  The second thing being me buying a modern case of air filters to change every fifteen days or so. Any wonder why our favorite holiday is 4th of July?

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