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What You Should Know

Air is one of the many common elements that we tend to think little about within our day-to-day lives. It is an omnipresent element that keeps us breathing every waking moment. With this in mind, it is even more important to keep your air quality extremely clean; this is your health we’re talking about!

How do you Improve Air Quality?

The first way you can ensure that you maintain a high standard of air quality is by changing your HVAC air filter once, if not twice a month. It is a straightforward fix that can go a long way. Let’s go over the benefits of changing your air filter annually.

Give a Little Love to Your HVAC System

First off, it is important to note that a dirty air filter is the #1 reason for HVAC system failure. Think about it, the more dust, hair, pet hair, and other particles that get stuck in the filter the harder it is for your HVAC system to intake air. Couple this with the springtime dust storms West Texas has every year; it is essential to check your air filter.

Therefore overworking your system and cutting down its entire lifespan. Secondly, by changing the air filter in your system, you are indeed improving the air quality in your home (and this is imperative to do if you have pets).

The Savings!

Lastly, by changing your air filter, you will be saving lots of money on your electricity bill. What is remarkable is that you can start seeing all the changes almost instantaneously, you are guaranteed to see drastic changes in next month’s bill!

It’s Easy. Here’s Where to Find It on Your Unit!

After reading all the benefits this simple regiment can make for you and your home, it’s hard to say no to doing it. The best news is that changing your air filter is incredibly easy! The hardest part of changing your air filter is locating the filter on your unit. Most filters are located in the blower compartment of your furnace, from there, you remove the cover, pull out the dirty one, and replace it with the correct filter.

Just a few friendly tips from your friends at A&R!

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