Finicky aunt needs dehumidifier, not AC

You know, you try to do a nice thing and occasionally it backfires.

A few weeks ago my great-aunt was harshly infuriated because she felt so isolated during the pandemic. She couldn’t get groceries or supplies on her own, and she was fearful of contracting the illness all alone. I decided to invite her to come stay with me for the duration of the shelter in place order so that I could take fantastic care of her. Well, it’s been weeks now and I’m past the point of wanting to help my aunt. She has made every morning irritated with her demands and insistence that my dwelling doesn’t feel as fresh and clean as she would like. Because my aunt is from the Northeast, she is not accustomed to the heat and humidity that we earn in this region. Everyday feels like a sauna outside. The inside of your dwelling will get equally moderate and muggy if you do not have advanced indoor air temperature and air quality control equipment. As such, I have invested in a high-quality energy efficient central cooling system to manage my indoor air quality throughout the summer time time. Unfortunately, this isn’tfantastic enough for my aunt. She’s insistent that the air is dirty, the humidity is appalling, and running the A/C system should be a magic solution to everything. I keep trying to tell her that the a/c cannot detach all of the humidity from the air. If she wants me to have dry, fresh indoor air I need to invest in a dehumidifier system. The problem is, I cannot afford to invest in up-to-date Heating, Ventilation, and A/C unit right now, especially when my energy bill has been so high thanks to her a/c obsession. Of course, she hasn’t taken the hint and contributed any cash to the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C fund.



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