Feb 3, 2012
Your home HVAC system keeps your air cool and livable, but it also serves another important function: it circulates air through your home. As the air circulates, it passes through an air filter, which catches minute particulates – dust, dander, and other contaminants – and removes them from the air, improving your indoor air quality.
The filters installed in air conditioners and furnaces have one minor maintenance task associated with them, however: You should change the air filter in these systems regularly, generally once a month or once every other month. Here’s why:
Fortunately, air filters are inexpensive and easy to install, and a wide range of air filters exist to meet your air quality needs. If you have any questions about how to change the air filter on your HVAC equipment, or how to improve air quality in your Texas home, contact us at JD’s A/C. We’re proud to serve Longview and neighboring communities.