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Air Filter Always Dirty? Reasons Why

Air Filter Always Dirty? Reasons Why

May 8, 2018

It’s normal to have a dirty air filter in your HVAC system every month or so. The entire air volume inside your house—including all the dust, dirt, lint and other particulates floating around in it—circulates through the filter multiple times each day. The filter should be checked and replaced every month during the cooling season …

Fall is Here: Change Your Air Filters

Fall is Here: Change Your Air Filters

September 5, 2017

The transition of seasons is always a good time to think about changing the air filter that plays such an important role in your home’s cooling and heating system. With Florida’s lengthy cooling season, air has circulated through your home’s forced-air HVAC system thousands of times, and an effective air filter eventually will get clogged …

How to Understand HVAC Air Filter Ratings

How to Understand HVAC Air Filter Ratings

July 26, 2016

Air filters remove particulates and similar pollutants from your indoor air while helping to maintain the internal airflow your cooling equipment needs to work properly. Regular filter changes are necessary, but you might find yourself confused by the different types of ratings assigned to filters. Here is a brief introduction to HVAC air filter ratings …

Is Air Filtration the Same as Air Cleaning?

Is Air Filtration the Same as Air Cleaning?

December 17, 2015

Do you keep your windows closed most of the time? Preventing indoor air from being replaced with outdoor air leads to a decline in indoor air quality. Many people find recycled air to be difficult or even dangerous to breathe, thanks to the accumulation of dust and other airborne particles. Here are a few suggestions …

HEPA vs Other Air Filters: What’s the Difference?

HEPA vs Other Air Filters: What’s the Difference?

January 9, 2014

Whether you’re suffering from allergies or just want to keep your home a little cleaner, air filtration is one way to help improve the overall health of your family. As you shop for air filtration options, you will need to decide if you want HEPA filtration or conventional filtration. Understanding these options, as well as …

MERV Ratings and Why They Matter When You’re Changing Air Filters

MERV Ratings and Why They Matter When You’re Changing Air Filters

June 20, 2013

Checking your air filter every month and replacing it when it’s dirty will improve your indoor air quality, extend the life of your cooling equipment, and help lower your energy costs during the long Orlando cooling season. A dirty filter impedes the flow of air to your system and can cause expensive damage and reduced …

Have You Changed Your Air Filters Lately? 3 Reasons You Should Do It Today

Have You Changed Your Air Filters Lately? 3 Reasons You Should Do It Today

December 11, 2012

Are you looking for an easy and quick way to improve your energy efficiency and provide a little TLC for your home’s heating and cooling system? Look no further than your air filters. It’s important to check them once a month, and change them as often, if necessary, or at least every two months. If they …

Installing A More Efficient Air Conditioner Filter: 5 Ratings You’ll Need To Know

Installing A More Efficient Air Conditioner Filter: 5 Ratings You’ll Need To Know

September 27, 2012

You can avoid indoor air quality problems in your Orlando area home by installing a more efficient air conditioner filter. To help you pick the right filter for your home, here are five air filter ratings you’ll need to know:

Picking The Right Filter For Your Air Conditioner

Picking The Right Filter For Your Air Conditioner

July 12, 2012

Part of your air conditioner’s job is to clean the conditioned air as it moves into the rooms of your home. Selecting the right air filter for this task is important, as is remembering to clean or replace the filter on a regular basis. In order to choose the right filter for your A/C, it’s …