When my wife and I decided that we wanted to start having children I knew it was going to be a massive change for both of our lives. Obviously, all of our priorities were going to change as well as our day-to-day activities. It was clear that we were going to need to renovate our entire life in order to take care of our new little munchkins. However, I never realized that we would also need to renovate our entire heating, cooling, and ventilation program. If you hadn’t heard, life can be very rough on your heating, cooling, and ventilation system. If you are operating a traditional centralized temperature control plan then you probably have realized how inefficient and strenuous indoor air quality control can be. You have to worry about the quality of your indoor air handling devices, including your furnace, air conditioning system, and any air purification devices you might operate. You also need to be very concerned about your routine maintenance services and professional diagnostic appointments. However, one of the most difficult challenges of indoor air temperature control technology is making sure that everyone in your house is on the same page when it comes to heating, cooling, and air quality control measures. If you do not have a cohesive plan for utilizing the high quality furnace, air conditioner, and ventilation system, then you’ll pay for it down the line. This is something my wife and I regularly deal with these days, as we’re constantly changing the central thermostat settings for all of these kiddos. I never realized that a house full of children would mean a lifetime of temperature control programming changes.