Your heating and cooling system is something you rely on all year long to keep you comfortable. In order to keep it running at peak efficiency and as reliably as possible, you should not neglect the air filters inside the furnace. They play a big role in how your system functions.
Dirty air filters are full of dust, dirt, debris, pet hair, and other allergens and pollutants that can cause you to breathe in dirty air. Dirty air filters contribute to poor air quality. And this isn’t the only important role they play. They also keep your heating and cooling system from developing other problems that are caused by buildup of dirt, debris, dust, or other harmful things that can get in and around the components that help the machine run.
Your air filters help in bolstering energy efficiency, too. If you have dirty air filters, chances are, you’ll see an increase in your monthly utility bill. This is because the system is required to work harder than it was intended to, in order to get clean air through the system. This causes a spike in energy usage and a spike in your bill. If you have noticed that your system is short cycling more often, this is causing unnecessary wear and tear over time. That means you may not have the system as long as you could have if you would have replaced or cleaned the filters more regularly.
If you aren’t sure how to go about cleaning or repairing your heating and cooling system air filters, we’re glad to help. We can provide tips on what to do. Better yet, call us for a preventative maintenance appointment. Serving your system once a year means that you’ll have our team of experts not only clean or replace the filters, but we’ll check out the rest of the unit too, making sure all the inside and outside components are working as they should, so you don’t risk unnecessary breakdowns or repairs.
Are you ready to get your heating and cooling system replaced in time for autumn? Now is the time! We will work with you to find a high-quality system that fits with your specific layout and most importantly, your budget. Contact us today for information!