Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Filters’

Our Experts Share Tips for Healthier Air

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Air-Quality-SneezeIndoor air quality is one of the chief concerns among many health experts worried about environmental effects on our lungs and immune systems. If the outdoor air quality is poor, chances are high that your indoor air quality is not much better. In fact, it’s often much worse.

That’s because your air conditioner runs and recycles air over and over again throughout the day. Stale air that’s full of contaminants can make you sick, or it can severely aggravate your allergies and asthma symptoms. But air conditioning specialists can help make your home’s air cleaner.

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Common Misconceptions about HVAC Air Filters

Monday, December 12th, 2016

We always encourage our customers and anyone with a whole-house, forced-air heating and AC system to change the filters once a month or so. But many people are not sure why this is so important, leading them to neglect this pertinent task. Today, we hope to clear up some misconceptions, so that you have a better understanding of the importance of changing the air filter.

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Don’t Go Another Day Without Changing the Air Filter

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

If you’ve heard before that you should be changing your AC system’s air filter once a month, you may have brushed it off as an exaggeration. “My allergies aren’t acting up,” you might think, “so why would I need to change my filter so often?”

Air filters are a useful tool for reducing allergens in the home, but that certainly is not their only function. When you don’t have an air filter, your air conditioner can get damaged. And when you have an air filter that is dirty, you risk a different type of damage.

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Better Indoor Air Quality: Is Changing the Filter Enough?

Monday, June 20th, 2016

You do what you can to help your family members stay comfortable and healthy. As a homeowner, you provide the basic necessities your family members need to get by. But you also take care to make healthy choices when grocery shopping, ensure everyone gets to their doctor’s appointments, and encourage healthy behaviors and physical activity.

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This Simple Monthly Task Helps You Save Money Each Month

Tuesday, April 12th, 2016

It’s something that many homeowners have heard, but something that few remember to do. You’re supposed to change (replace) the air filter in your air conditioning system each and every month. The reason many people neglect this task is that few understand the repercussions of skipping a filter replacement. It’s not just your health you should worry about (though the filter is useful in keeping allergy symptoms under control). Read on to find out more about the filter and why it’s so important to change it.

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Your Monthly Reminder: 3 Reasons to Change the Air Filter

Monday, November 16th, 2015

It’s one of the most important things you can do for your air conditioning and heating systems, and yet many people feel it’s okay to skip this important home maintenance step from time to time. That’s why we want to help you understand the importance of monthly air filter changes. We think you’ll come to see that the cost and time and involved in this monthly task is well worth what you gain from a clean air filter. Here are three reasons to make replacements or to clean your reusable filter each month.

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5 Air Conditioning Tips that Can Help You Save Money

Monday, July 27th, 2015

Saving money in the summer can be difficult, since the air conditioner is often the one system of your home that consumes the most energy. Saving money on cooling costs can be difficult, but you don’t have to shut off the air conditioner completely just to cut costs. Here are a few tips to save on air conditioning without giving up comfort.

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Don’t Forget to Change Your Air Filter!

Monday, May 11th, 2015

It’s an easy thing to forget: the air filter in your HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system stays relatively out of view. Besides, your air conditioner probably seems to be doing just fine with the current filter in place. Most people associate the air filter with decontamination, and if your family members are not currently suffering from allergy or asthma symptoms, it may seem fine to leave the filter alone for now.

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