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Jul 20

MM Comfort BLOG

Why You Need to Change Your AC Filter

Posted by MM Comfort BLOG

Maintaining your air conditioner throughout the year is necessary to avoid potential issues that can develop if proper care and attention aren't provided. Changing the air filter is an integral part of maintaining the appliance and should be more of a priority than most people make it.

Better Health

Indoor air quality is influenced by how often the AC filter is replaced. Dirty air filters allow dirt and particles to enter the air again, which can lead to allergies, asthma, and respiratory issues. By always using a clean filter, you can improve your health and feel more comfortable and at ease while spending time at home.

Better Air Flow

The filter that's in place in the air conditioner will influence how much airflow there is in the building. If the filter is clogged with dirt and debris, you can expect the interior setting to feel less cool during the warm season. With better airflow, the AC will operate more efficiently. This will help you to avoid potential issues. It will also limit the wear that occurs over the years and ensure that the appliance lasts longer before it needs to be replaced.

Cost Savings

It may cost a few dollars to purchase more air filters, but the investment will pay off with the amount of money you'll save in energy throughout the year. A clean air filter means that less energy is used during the air conditioner's operation. This, in turn, means that you'll reduce the cost of your energy bill merely by putting in a clean filter when the old one becomes clogged with dust and grime. Avoiding costly repairs by taking a moment to replace the filter will save you money as well. Our technicians are here to help if you want to learn more about the importance of changing your air filter. Call MM Comfort Systems to discuss your maintenance agreement options. We can handle all your needs regarding heating or cooling installation, repair, or maintenance as well as indoor air quality issues.