I ended up finding some nice portable air purification systems that are charming and don’t take a whole lot of room
I inherited a big apartment and I decided to service it up and rent out the rooms to single seniors who are lonely living home alone. I don’t supply medical care or anything like that, just a home office and kitchen and living areas to share. This apartment I inherited did not have any type of air conditioning system, and had old steam radiators for heat. I was truly going to have to find an alternative. I absolutely wanted a central forced air Heating, Ventilation, and A/C component with a whole home purification system, however it didn’t look like that was going to be possible without extensive installation of HVAC duct. So, I did a little research and found that a ductless mini-split air conditioning system and heating system would work perfectly. I live in the south where winters are genuinely mild, and the heat supplied by the ductless units should be sufficient. These ductless mini-splits are zone controlled, so each senior can choose the temperature of his or his room or even turn it off and open a home office window if they like. This option of heat and air conditioning system left me another issue. I was in need of an air purification system. I know that asthma and emphysema are official in old people and I wanted my home to still be open to them. I wanted the air in the apartment to be so fresh and pure that you can stink a vase of flowers from across the room. I ended up finding some nice portable air purification systems that are charming and don’t take a whole lot of room. I put one in every room in the house. Now, I clean the filters of the ductless air conditioners and UV air purifiers officially and have the ductless mini-splits checked once a year and everything is going splendidly.