Say Goodbye To Dirty HVAC Filters
The negative impact of not properly maintaining your HVAC system can affect your home and family. If filters are not clean, then neither is the air in your home. By changing it regularly, homeowners can avoid illness and expensive energy bills.
What are the Negative Impacts of a Dirty Air Filter?
– A dirty air filter can mean air ducts may have become home to dust, allergens, and millions of unwanted particles that can invade your breathing space.
– In homes with pets or smokers, air filters can become clogged with dander and smoke particulates
– A clogged air filter can reduce the ability of the humidifier to work well.
– Dirty air filters reduce airflow within the system, which makes your system work harder. The harder your system has to work, the less energy efficient it is. That leads to higher utility bills.
Clogs, during the fall and winter, can lead to the inefficient running of the entire system, which means you may experience hot and cold spots in your home, and it can be uneasy to reach your desired indoor temperature levels.
How Do I Care For My HVAC Filters?
The prime step in creating a healthy indoor environment is changing out your filters regularly.
If you do not use your HVAC system daily, set your reminder for every three months to ensure your system is staying clean.