30 Apr Change the Filter for Better Indoor Air Quality
The air quality inside your home is very important, especially if you or someone else in your household has an allergy to dust and dander. When dust and other debris starts to enter the air system of your home, it is going to cause all sorts of allergic reactions and breathing problems.
One of the best ways to combat this sort of situation is through the usage of HVAC filters. These filters help protect the air supply that circulates through your home by grabbing hold of the dust and debris particles that would normally find their way into the airflow of your home.
If you fail to change and check the HVAC filter inside of your home, you and everyone else inside of the house is going to immediately start to notice a drastic reduction in the air quality of your home.
It is very important for you to change out the air filter inside your home once every month. There are two main reasons why this is essential.
For starters, when you change out the filter, it is going to remove all of the dirt and debris that has collected in the filter over the previous month. As this filter becomes more and more corroded, you are going to find that the dust is going to start to push through the filter and eventually reduce the quality of the air inside of your home. This dust is also going to start to collect inside of the air vents of the house, which is going to block the treated air, so you are not going to receive the cooled air in every room of your house than you normally would.
Another issue you run into when you don’t change the HVAC filter is your utility bills are going to be more expensive. Because the filter is now blocked with dirt, the air conditioner has to work harder in order to push the treated air through. Changing the air filter is going to save you all sorts of money on utilities.
Have trouble remembering to change those filters? Write it on your calendar or set a reminder on your phone.