Good indoor air circulation will clear out tobacco odors

My Grandpa loved his cigarettes; in the summer, he would spend time seated on the porch enjoying himself, but after years of insisting he quit, our Grandma had to live with it! Since he could smoke outside in summer, there wasn’t too much cigarette odor in the house! The issue came in winter when he could not go out as much to smoke.

The odor of smoke in the cabin was constantly causing an argument between him and our Grandma.

After reading a unique article, I decided to change their air conditioning unit. I would read that a quality heating, ventilation and A/C could help get rid of the smoke odor in the house, and my Grandma was so glad with the new A/C system since it was a better model. I got an aircon expert to come and install it for her; however, on top of that, I had the air ducts cleaned out. It had been some time since the last cleaning since the air vents were filthy, however grandpa told me he hoped it would work since he didn’t want to keep arguing with our Grandma. The heating, ventilation and A/C mechanic took time installing the A/C then helped our Grandparents suppose how to use it, and he showed them how to ventilate the cabin using ‘ventilation mode.’ He also encouraged our Grandpa to option a unique room in the cabin where he would smoke. That would isolate the odor in that room and not spread it all over the arena. All of us hoped to bring peace between them in Winter when the A/C was in ‘heat mode’ often. About two weeks later, I got a call from our Grandma. She sounded glad and told me the HVAC system was easily working. On a nice day, she’d open the windows for a little while and put the heating, ventilation and A/C system on ‘ventilation.’ It got rid of most of the odor, leaving her cabin odoring better than before.


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