Air & Furnace Filters

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An Easy Way To Freshen Your Home’s Air

Have you ever looked at a beam of light streaming into the house and seen how it captures the dust, lint, hair and other fibers floating down the beam? Among the many ways you can improve your indoor air quality is by regularly changing your air filters so they can catch the particles floating in your air.

What is the best air filter if you have asthma?

For asthma sufferers, high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters are often recommended. HEPA filters capture particles as small as 0.3 microns, including common asthma triggers like dust mites, pollen, pet dander, and mold spores. These filters effectively improve indoor air quality by reducing airborne allergens and irritants, minimizing asthma symptoms. Additionally, look for filters with a MERV rating between 11 and 13, ensuring optimal filtration without restricting airflow. Regular filter replacement and proper maintenance are essential for optimal performance.

How often should I change my air and furnace filters?

Air and furnace filters should typically be changed every 1 to 3 months, depending on the filter type, indoor air quality, and usage patterns. Homes with pets or allergies may require more frequent changes. Similarly, homes in dusty environments or with frequent HVAC system usage might need more frequent replacements. Regularly changing the filter ensures optimal air quality, prevents strain on the HVAC system, and maintains energy efficiency.

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However, did you know you can get added protection by adding advanced filters to your furnace or air conditioning unit? Additional air and frnace filters catch harmful particles like dust, fur, lint, airborne allergens and more before they even leave your HVAC equipment. This means fewer particles in your home’s air and cleaner HVAC equipment.

It’s important to remember, though: a filter is only as good as it is young. As your filter works to catch all the unwanted particles out of the air, it begins to get matted with the hair, dirt, dust and more that floats through the air at home. Changing your furnace and AC filters annually is like unleashing a new breath of fresh air in the home. You'll also notice less dust on surfaces if your filter is new and free of any blockages.

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When you’re looking for indoor air quality improvement, call (888) 659-2665 . You can also contact Cool Air Solutions online to schedule an appointment today.

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