Abby told Earl she wanted a whole-house UV air purifier before their baby was born.
He promised to look into it, but 3 weeks went by, and Abby had heard nothing.
She reminded Earl she wanted a whole-house UV air purifier before the baby was born. He told her he had already been looking into it, but he found nothing they could afford. Abby showed him an ad from the local Heating & A/C company. They were offering free installation of a whole-house UV air purifier if they bought it in the Spring. Earl checked with the Heating and A/C company but he said it was too expensive, but he was still working on getting them an air cleaner. Abby didn’t just want an air cleaner, but she wanted a whole-house UV air purifier. Earl understood what she said, and once again said he was working on it. Last week, he said he hadn’t forgotten about the air cleaner, and it would be delivered next week. Abby could not believe he had actually bought a whole-house UV air purifier for their home. She was sure it would be safer for their new baby. Abby was afraid her baby’s lungs would be affected because of the terrible air quality in their home, and that was why she wanted the UV air purifier. A few days back, the UPS woman was at the door, and she asked Abby to sign for the package. It wasn’t a big package, but her hubby said he wanted someone to sign for it. When Earl got to the house that evening, he asked if the air cleaner had arrived. Abby glared at him. He bought a portable air cleaner and not a whole-house UV air purifier.