My kid wanted a pet for his upcoming birthday. I had avoided this topic for as long as I could. As with most boys, he was an creature lover. It didn’t matter what type or where every one of us saw it. He loved cats, cats, lizards plus squirrels. In fact, he is so comfortable with creatures that he had the patience to get a squirrel to eat from his hand at a park on day. So I couldn’t deny him the opportunity to adore his own pet. Besides making sure that he would be responsible to feed, clean plus take care of whatever pet every one of us decided to get him, I also wanted to know how the pet hair plus dandruff would affect our heating and air conditioning system. I was told by our heating and air conditioning service guy that even if our pet has short hair, their fur and even dander could build up in the air filters. This is because the AC sucks up air in the lake house when it or the oil furnace blows air throughout the house. If our lake house is filled with pet hair, creature dander or even other contaminants, they could accumulate on the filter, then end up clogging it. When an air filter is clogged, it forces the heating and air conditioning equipment to work harder to produce heated or cooled air. Of course, when the proposal has to work harder because of inefficient parts, it pulls more electricity plus increases our utility bill. I thought long and carefully about this decision and how it may affect our heating and air conditioning system. Besides having an effective way to handle the pet hair plus dandruff floating around the beach house, I had to have a preventive plan for maintaining the heating and air conditioning system. The heating and air conditioning service professional suggested that every one of us change our air filter quarterly on a official schedule plus invest in an whole-beach house air purifier.