My main method of doing so is to use a HEPA type HVAC air filter
Having been raised separate from any sort of current HVAC, I don’t take the heating & cooling system in our beach house for granted. The home did have a wood stove for heat plus all of us had fans to get through the hotter periods of the summer. These normally did the trick plus it’s not that all of us were left wanting. Where I live now, it’s a completely weird story. Growing up in a region where the Winter time was the strenuous weather didn’t entirely prepare me for the HVAC cooling I would face. The temperatures always cooled off at night when I was growing up. The cool night air was so refreshing that there were nights in the Summer when I really had to close the windows. That is particularly not the case now. Our HVAC runs quite a bit throughout the Summer in an effort to beat back the heat. This area experiences a level of heat where the HVAC is on much of the year. However, all of us also have to keep the home entirely sealed up in order to get the most efficiency from the HVAC cooling. That means almost zero fresh air. That’s not so good for the indoor air quality. As a result, I have to get proactive when it comes to maintaining good indoor air quality. My main method of doing so is to use a HEPA type HVAC air filter. It removes a mind blowing 99.9 percent of hazardous airborne contaminants. But trust me, it’s so vital to making sure that our indoor air is healthy plus breathable.