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The quality of your indoor air decreases in the winter months, even in a mild climate like ours. One of the best, easiest and cheapest ways to improve your indoor air is by changing your air filter regularly. Instead of turning it into a guessing game, take a look at the following information about changing your air filter and how to choose the best one for your HVAC system.
Filters in your HVAC system require regular changes to remain effective. Their primary job is to keep dirt and dust from entering your heating and cooling system and preventing that same dust and dirt from circulating throughout your home. Changing the filter every one to two months will ensure your HVAC system and indoor air stay clean.
There are a few points to consider when choosing the best air filter for your home. First, take a look at the type of system you have. The type of system will determine the type of air filter you’ll need to purchase.
If you have individual split system heating units in each room, you’ll need filters for each. If you have a central heating system with a furnace, you’ll need one filter for the furnace unit.
Second, take a look at the types of everyday pollutants in your home. Do you have pets? Is anyone a smoker? Do you live in an area with lots of trees and pollen? This information will help you determine the best type of air filter for removing the pollutants in your indoor air.
Regularly changing your air filter will not only help your HVAC system work at its most effective and efficient, but it will also help you breathe easier. For answers to all your questions about the right air filters and improving your indoor air quality, contact our team of experts at All City Heat and Air today.
The technician let me know what needed to be done, and we agreed what the cost would be. When he finished the work, he phoned back and told me he was able to use a less expensive freon and was able to adjust the bill. Very pleased with the work and will use them at another home I own.read more