Always remember to change your return air filter(s) every two months, three months maximum. The return air filter is a very important component in any residential air conditioning/heating system. Not only does the return air filter help provide cleaner air in your home environment, it also helps remove large dust particles from the air flow which can can cause air flow blockage. A clogged indoor evaporator coil can lead to several problems such as, reduced air flow, a loss of heating or cooling performance, and over working the system’s compressor, which can shorten the life expectancy of the system and/or cause immediate failure at the worst time possible. Therefore, it is easy to see why it is very important to make sure the return air filters are changed every two to three months. It is also a good idea to check the filter periodically in between the changeout dates for cleanliness. You can see the difference between a brand new filter, and a very dirty one that has lapsed the time frame for change out in the picture below.
Leaving yourself small reminders such as writing the date on the filter the day of a changeout, or noting that same date on a calendar will help you ensure cleaner air and maximum performance out of your residential hvac system. Please call Air-Stream Services at any time, should you need assistance with this or any other service regarding your system. We can also help you with stocking filters for your home or even commercial business system.
PRTECT YOUR COILS BY REGULAR AIR FILTER CHANGING
The first coil has been protected by regular return air filter changing. All the other ones below are dirty from no clean filter protection. Lack of regular filter changing can cause poor air flow, poor performance in heating and/or cooling modes, and ultimately cause the system to fail.
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