It seems like our modern world can make life much harder than it really should be.
Didn’t we all believe that robots were going to take over the tasks that we didn’t want to complete anymore, at some point in time? Where are our robot servants to take some of the pressure off our plates? I’m growing very tired of trying to act like a human being without the help of more automated systems to make it a possibility.
This is one of the reasons why I’m a firm believer that air ducts should no longer exist, or they need to be cleaned and maintained automatically as part of the HVAC system. I know, this sounds like a space age idea, but let me tell you what happens when you’re too busy for regular heating, cooling, and air quality control system appointments and you have extensive ductwork running through your home – you get a big mess. I learned this the hard way when I let my heating and cooling machinery run wild. I never worried about the AC or the forced air furnace, and I certainly never even considered the fact that ductwork was responsible for their full functionality. That is, until it was too late. When I couldn’t get my energy efficient HVAC system to stop wasting all my cash on high energy bills each month and the temperatures were always uneven in my home, I finally called an HVAC professional. He told me that my air ducts were filled with holes and all the treated air had to be escaping out of the air channels. Furthermore, they were filled to the brim with dust and debri. He was shocked that my heating and cooling devices worked at all. Now, I’m working on making the world’s first air duct roomba to save everyone the HVAC struggle I endured.