Decontaminate after I touch random peoples’ HVAC systems all day

Everyday I go out and work an extremely hard job.

I sweat in the Sun and I freeze in the frigid winter air.

It feels like my job is never done. Even after I get back home at the end of the day some of my work is just beginning. Namely, I’m going to have to do a large load of laundry, wash myself down with bleach, and completely clean out my work vehicle. I know that this sounds like a lot of extra effort, and it is. This is the price that I’m paying for being a professional heating and cooling worker during a pandemic. It’s my job to go to random people’s homes and help them to improve their central heating and cooling systems. I’m often inspecting broken air conditioning units, forced air furnaces, and thermostats. Sometimes I’m actually installing air purification systems with advanced HEPA filters and UV light disinfection. At that point, I wish that I had my own decontamination system. It would be helpful if I could simply disinfect myself after my HVAC work was done. Unfortunately, because I have to work with the general public during the middle of a pandemic, I am at risk of contracting an airborne virus. Every day when I’m headed home I’m concerned about introducing the airborne contaminant into my own indoor air. I can’t imagine the guilt I would feel if my family became sick because of my heating and cooling career. As such, I work very hard to clean everyone’s indoor air… And then myself.

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