The building is going up soon

My Grandmother’s house consistently had a unquestionably distinct aroma to it. Not a terrible aroma, just not a fresh air aroma. Her house is neat as a pin. She’s meticulous about her housekeeping routine, however you’ll never see a pillow or knickknack out of site. If there’s so much as a speck of dirt tracked in on her carpet, she’ll schedule a steam cleaning. Sure, sometimes you can detect a whiff of her arthritis cream in the air when she’s feeling achy. You’ll also pick up the scent of her flowery perfume when you rest by her dressing table. That’s the aroma of Grandmother as far as I’m sad. The stale aroma was throughout the house. It was stronger in the warmer months of the year. That made myself and others guess the cooling system method might be the source of the issue. I had the cooling system company come out to do a check and, sure enough, the cooling system filter was the culprit. My Grandmother hadn’t changed the cooling system’s filter in years. Staying on top of cooling system filter changes has to be part of a homeowner’s routine. A clean air filter is one of the most important factors in ensuring the health of your cooling system and you. Those filters catch a nice amount of organic material that would otherwise accumulate in the cooling system ducts, and that stops mold growth. The last thing I want is for our Grandmother to come down with a respiratory issue because of a dirty air filter. It’s so straightforward and extravagant to change those cooling system filters every six months. I’m going to make sure that it gets done on schedule from now on.