Make sure the filter in your Heating, Ventilation and A/C idea is situated officially to avoid air gaps

I am overly careful occasionally with trivial tasks, however it’s from having a childhood where a lot of chaos was present throughout the house.

  • My siblings were always yelling, fighting, & cutting our parents’ upscales.

I hated hearing them get scolded as much as I hated getting scolded myself, because the anger in our parents’ voices would trigger our anxiety. My mom tells myself and others that I would jump in to defend our siblings when they would act up, insisting that they were “sorry” when they would refuse to accomprehension their transgression. It’s funny thinking about it now, although I know that’s why I don’t enjoy confrontation & would much rather avoid hearing shouting or verbal fighting of any kind. On 1 hand, it’s possible I have developed a touch of OCD because of the chaos in our childhood. I get too hung up on details & trivial matters. You might see myself and others spend several hours trying to perfectly align a painting I have hanging in our family room, just to “get it right” to make myself guess better. Other times this neurotic behavior serves myself and others positively, such as when I went out of our way to officially seat the air filters I put in our Heating, Ventilation and A/C system. I l earned that a filter that isn’t seated officially will let air & dust move around it, negating the role of the filter entirely. It’s worth it to spend a few hours making sure your air filter doesn’t have air gaps around it when you put it in your Heating, Ventilation and A/C system. You might need help from your Heating, Ventilation and A/C tech to see if you need something to wedge it into locations.
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