At that point, he insists that he is looking for potential air conditioning leaks around our windows and doors
It’s difficult to live in this post-pandemic world, because there still aren’t good control measures for avoiding potential sources of contamination. These days, I think a lot of people are still worried about the possibility of contracting the dangerous respiratory condition, but we haven’t improved methods of detection. For a while, my husband and I were utilizing a touchless temperature gun before allowing customers into our mom and pop shop. We realized that body temperature wasn’t an excellent indicator of a potential source of COVID-19 contamination, but it was the best tool that we had. Since our state re-closed, we’ve stopped using the temperature gun at the shop… But now my husband has been obsessed with detecting temperatures around the house with all his spare time. No, he’s not checking our forehead temperatures everyday, in fact, he has become addicted to improving our indoor air temperature control system by searching for temperature discrepancies around the home. Every day, he makes several laps around our house aiming temperature detecting guns at every corner of every room. He says he’s searching for temperature fluctuations, including uneven hot and cold patches throughout our living space. After he’s completed his indoor round of air temperature detection, he ventures to the outside of our house and begins searching for cool patches from outside. At that point, he insists that he is looking for potential air conditioning leaks around our windows and doors. He wants to tighten up the sealing around our home to keep any high quality indoor air locked inside, while also improving the treated air distribution of our central HVAC system inside. I know that COVID is driving people a little batty, but my husband’s new air temperature obsession is going to make all of us sick with annoyance.
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