When I first set out to renovate our beach home a couple of weeks ago, I made it a point to update our portable window a/c unit to a current forced-air heating and cooling system, and while this up-to-date a/c setup provided myself and others significantly more relief than our window a/c, it also came with the burden of a lot more maintenance. I now have brand new registers scattered throughout our beach home that disperse the cool or moderate air from our forced-air heating and cooling system. These helpful registers are on the ceiling and low to the ground too, in order to keep our entire beach home heated or cooled; at first, I definitely didn’t pay much attention to the a/c registers. I thought that the majority of our maintenance would have to be done inside the actual forced-air heating and cooling idea itself. It just seemed to me to be the most complex part of all.. It turns out, as a matter of fact, I was very wrong. Case in point, one afternoon I couldn’t feel any cool air coming from our registers. Naturally I thought there had to be an issue with the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C unit. After carefully inspecting the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C unit, I couldn’t find any concerns worth noting. I did some more research online and found out that I have to routinely vacuum our a/c’s registers in order to remove all dust buildup. When I went to take a look at our registers, I saw just how utterly filthy they were, and it was of no surprise that air wasn’t coming through. I also noticed that our couch was blocking another one of the registers, so I moved it too. In the future, I’ll make sure to keep up with our registers just as much as our forced-air heating and cooling idea itself.