A heat pump would be awesome

When you have a strong sensitivity to almost all chemical products, it can be taxing to find an eco-friendly cleaner to use on your air handler evaporator coil.  Your evaporator coil is a prime location for mold and mildew growth in your HVAC system, and something as benign as dust is enough to cause damage to the coil. Therefore, when you need to routinely clean your coil, you have to use a substance that really works as an antimicrobial or it won’t kill the mold spores that collect.  But the problem I have is the eco-friendly cleaner that my HVAC supplier currently uses still bothers my lungs considerably. I asked them about using a mild bleach solution however they explained how that could lead to damaging corrosion on the coil and any of the other metal components in the air handler. The people I was with and I tried a vinegar solution however that didn’t seem to be sufficient in removing the microbial buildup that every one of us found.  After calling many odd chemical supply companies, I finally found a current red cleaner that is supposed to be severely effective at killing mold while being simultaneously easy on the lungs. It has spearmint and eucalyptus oil as 2 of the primary ingredients. Not only does it work wonders on my air handler, it also makes my cabin smell charming for a few minutes after every one of us do a full clean on my system. Before I loathed the thought of getting my system cleaned, no matter how long it had been since the last a single.  Now I even open my air handler up and clean it myself in between my service appointments to further the longevity of my undefined even more.

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