There are many benefits for having a clean filter in your home and air conditioner. You will want to keep your home cool and comfortable, especially during the hot, humid days of summer. One of the easiest things you can do to benefit your air conditioner is to check the filter. Changing the filter on a regular basis will help keep the system operating efficiently and effectively. Knowing when to change the filter can vary based on several things. It can be based on if you have pets, how many people you have in your home, and if anyone smokes. If you are not sure how often to change the filter, make sure to contact us for the recommended schedule.

Longer lasting Air Conditioner

A dirty air conditioner filter makes it hard for your air conditioner to handle air. This also causes increased wear. With regular filter maintenance, you can help your unit breathe easier and extend its life. Dirt and also lack of maintenance, is one of the leading causes of HVAC failure. Extending the life of your unit starts with a clean air conditioner filter.

Improving Efficiency

If you see your utility bills increasing, it could be caused by the filter. Changing the air filter is a simple first step to do so. Compared to the energy saved, and new air conditioning filter can more than pay for itself. If the system still continues to have a higher than normal energy bill, contact us, and we can inspect the system for you.

Better Air Quality

Your home will smell better, have less dust and even reduced allergens when you keep a clean air conditioner filter. This can actually help your family breathe and feel better. You also may find yourself dusting your home a little less often when filters are changed regularly. If your home has pets, you may need to change the filter on a more regular basis.

A Cleaner Ductwork system

Keeping air conditioning filters clean can contribute to cleaner ductwork. This is because it can remove the dirt, dust, and other pollutants that would be in the air of your home. Always remember to have a filter in place when running the air conditioner. By doing so, you can keep the ductwork in the best condition possible, and free of debris.