Making the air clean enough to breathe

Construction on a brand new office building started across the street and there has been a lot of dust and debris in the air.

It looks dusty outside all morning while we are absolutely working. I could barely see the other side of the property most days, but not many of the employees inside of the office started having allergy symptom attacks because the dirt and dust is getting into our air system, however the boss decided to buy many air cleaning machines for the office until the construction project has been completed. The many air cleaning machines were also in the office when we had to deal with the coronavirus. We got the air cleaner from the same exact supplier that rented them to us during that time, construction is supposed to last for 3 weeks. During that time the air cleaners will help remove all of the dust, dirt, and indoor contaminants so we have disinfect and fresh air to breathe while we are at work. It’s simple to see that the machines work. It genuinely has me thinking about adding an air cleaning component to our home. I spoke with one of the supplier representatives and the guy said that he could come to do a free analysis of the indoor air. I’m afraid it’s going to cost a lot of money to have the air filtration system set up. If I have a salesperson that is good at their job, I might end up purchasing something that I absolutely cannot afford. Although it would be nice to have a whole home air cleaner, I am happy to settle for a couple of room air cleaners instead.