A couple of months ago, I had an indoor air purifier installed at the store.
My wife and I have a small store that carries spa treatment items like bath salts, bath bombs, lotion, aromatherapy candles, and essential oils.
We had to close the store during the quarantine and we were shut down for a total of 42 days. During that time, my wife and I decided the best way to keep our customers safe was to have a company install an indoor air purifier. We called a company that specializes in indoor air solutions and air filtration services. The service provider sent a technician to talk with us about our options. We had an indoor air purifier machine installed at the front door. The indoor air purifier has UV technology and a charcoal filter. It has both passive and aggressive germ killing technology. The air purifier worked great the first three months. The air smelled clean and fresh every day. Then my wife and I came to the store one morning and it was not working at all. The machine wasn’t getting any power, so I checked the breaker and the fuse. I couldn’t figure out why the air purifier was not working properly, so I finally gave up and called the service group. When I found out that a mouse chewed the wires and that was the reason for the faulty air purifier, I immediately called an extermination service. I wasn’t going to take any chances that the same problem would happen again in the future. I wanted to get rid of the problem once and for all