Changing the air filter in your a/c unit not only is good for the unit, but it is also good for your home because it will help keep pollen, dust, and other pollutants out of the air of your home.
Most HVAC owners would agree that they want to do everything in their power to preserve their air conditioner and furnace for as long as possible. I have in this article a few tips to help every HVAC customer get the longest ware our of their air conditioners, furnaces, and air purifiers. My first tip is to have a cooling expert and heating expert visit your home every three months to do an inspection on your furnace and air conditioner. This is especially important if you have larger and more complicated HVAC units like a central air conditioner or a hot water boiler heating system because these units have a lot of moving parts and a lot could go wrong. If you choose the right HVAC technician, you will come to look forward to his visits. A second tip for preserving your HVAC units is to change your air filters often. Many times, people will forget about the air filter in their HVAC unit and will not change it for years. Eventually, their air conditioner or furnace will have major malfunctions and they don’t know why. Changing the air filter in your a/c unit not only is good for the unit, but it is also good for your home because it will help keep pollen, dust, and other pollutants out of the air of your home. One final tip I have for you is to invest in a smart thermostat. The reason I suggest this is because smart thermostats have a setting on them called power saver which will make your furnace or a/c unit have to expend less energy to run. This is especially good for your HVAC unit’s long term upkeep.