A story about books and air quality

When I was a child, reading became my obsession.

There is nothing that I love more than settling down with a great book, and zoning out from real life.

In fact, when I was several years old I declared that I would be a librarian so that I could be surrounded by books at all times. That is not exactly what happened. But I would call myself a “hobby librarian”. What I mean is, I have way too many books. Books get delicate as they age, so acquiring such a collection of attractive, antique additions has also prompted me to update my HVAC equipment. They require certain indoor air quality and temperature conditions in order for the paper to stay intact. Careful monitoring of the temperature and humidity levels at all times is needed in order to protect these scarce belongings. Furthermore, the exterior of the book can be damaged by low quality indoor air that contains several pollutants. Don’t get me started on the threat of mold or mildew to your attractive babies. This is why I have replaced all of my heating and cooling system units in the past several years. This is important to maintain an ideal level of comfort and humidity inside the house. I have several temperature and humidity monitoring devices throughout the cabin and can separately control the heating and cooling levels with my zone controlled climate set up. Now, I can sleep soundly – both from knowing my books are safe and having the most ideal indoor comfort possible.


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