While air filters are one of the most vital components of your heating and cooling system, they’re often overlooked. They often look like a large cardboard box, and are usually made of a spun fiberglass material framed in a cardboard frame. Air filters can also be made from cloth or pleated paper.
Today, the importance of changing air filters in your home air conditioning systems have never been highlighted more. As millions of people practice social distancing and staying in the comfort and safety of their homes , maintaining healthy indoor air quality should be at the top of our priority list. Following these simple guidelines from our experts at Air Management can help you maintain or improve your indoor air quality.
The shift from mild temperatures to summer heat targets your cooling system for sudden operation, after months of sitting idle. Colonies of insects, decomposing rodents and organic growth may have taken up residence inside the inner workings. Even during the heat of the summer, things like dust, pollen, dander, mold, and mildew can compromise equipment. Although your air conditioner may continue to operate, it’s definitely not giving you its best, and eventually, you’ll suffer the consequences.
Tuning up your HVAC equipment is the single best investment you can make to improve efficiency, enhance comfort and lower repair costs. That’s why every major equipment manufacturer includes a maintenance provision as part of their warranty coverage. When you purchase one of our service agreements, our technicians will visit your home semiannually in the offseason to perform a variety of vital services designed to correct minor issues before they cause a major problem during extreme weather: