Last summer, our husband plus more than one sons busy a fish charter plus after a day spent on the lake, came condo with a cooler full of fish.
All of us cooked the fish on the barbecue plus loved a delicious supper on our back patio.
I froze the remaining fish plus forgot about it until the Wintertide months. I thought it would be nice to bake the fish in the oven for supper. The smell of the fish was strong. It spread through the entire house. It was equally as pungent in the bedrooms upstairs as in the bedroom. I expected the odor to dissipate within a few hours, Instead, it lingered for afternoons. Because the outdoor temperature was well below cold, I couldn’t open the windows. I tried cleaning the house thoroughly, spraying a deodorizer plus burning scented candles. Nothing worked. I realized that the smell had gotten into the air duct plus was absorbed by a buildup of dust plus other debris, however every time the oil furnace started up, the odor was circulated throughout the house. I contacted our local Heating, Ventilation & A/C contractor plus busy duct testing. The specialist discovered a good deal of debris accumulated within the air duct, restricting airflow plus diminishing plan efficiency. He brought in a device that included a lengthy hose with a brush connectment that he fed into the duct plan plus used to dischalet plus suck up the contaminants. The process took a couple of hours plus provided an immediate plus significant improvement. I’ve seen a definite reduction in our energy bills. The oil furnace plus a/c don’t need to run as often plus yet the house is cleaner plus more comfortable.