As the first line of defense against indoor air pollution, your filters trap dust, dirt, hair, and other large particles, preventing them from circulating in your air. Changing your air filters is the quickest, easiest, and least expensive step you can take to improve your home’s indoor air quality.
If that’s not reason enough to regularly change your filters, it can also save you money on your power bills. This is because as your filters catch contaminants in your home’s air, they start to clog, and clogged filters restrict airflow to your HVAC system. When you have reduced airflow, your heating and cooling equipment has to work harder to sustain a comfortable temperature, driving you power bill up.
Make sure you never forget to change your air filters. Enroll in our FREE Air Filter Reminder Program and we will send a courtesy email when it is time to change your air filter.