Air Filters

Does My Phoenix AC Unit Need Maintenance?

By |June 30th, 2020|AC maintenance, Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning Repair, Air Conditioning Tips, Air Filters, Commercial AC, Commercial Heating, Energy Savings|

Does My Phoenix AC Unit Need Maintenance? AC maintenance can be one of those home projects on your spring to do list that is super easy to put off, but don't be tempted like that. [...]

Keeping the Air Clean With Regular Air Filters Service

By |March 11th, 2016|Air Filters|

The environment that we live in contains pollution. Having pollution unchecked can cause health problems in our lives unnecessarily. We believe that with our home environmental systems in place that we can hide from the [...]

Wet Air Filter? One of These Causes May Be to Blame

By |August 20th, 2015|Air Filters|

Your furnace or A/C air filter is a fiber mesh that can catch and hold particulate pollution in the air. Unfortunately, the same mesh that catches dust and pollen can also catch and hold water. [...]

Time to Change the Air Filter? Choose Wisely

By |October 21st, 2014|Air Filters|

Is it time to change the air filter in your HVAC system? If you are not sure, this is a good time to install a new filter and begin a regular schedule of filter replacement. Changing the [...]

Make Sure That Your Furnace Filter is Changed When Maintenance is Done

By |September 30th, 2014|Air Filters|

Are you scheduling maintenance for your furnace soon? Don't forget to change the air filter. Changing the furnace filter is quick and inexpensive, but goes a long way to improve your air quality and protect the HVAC components. [...]

Air Filters are Important to Your HVAC System and Quality of Your Home’s Air

By |August 21st, 2014|Air Filters|

If you haven’t checked your air filter in over a month, take a look at it. Aren’t you glad all that dirt, dust and debris is caught in the filter and not stuck to the [...]

Electronic Air Cleaners and the Benefits for Your Home

By |April 22nd, 2014|Air Filters, Air Quality|

Your breathing is dependent on the quality of the air in your home. Things like bacteria, viruses, mold, dust and more can lead to illness, discomfort or other health issues, especially for those with allergies. If you have pets or smoke, you likely have even more of these contaminants than most houses do. […]

Try a Whole-House Air Cleaner/Filtration for Better Indoor Air Quality

By |March 11th, 2014|Air Filters, IAQ – Indoor Air Quality|

Many homeowners forget about indoor air quality, instead focusing their attention on heating and cooling. Unfortunately, air quality can be a major issue if anyone in your home suffers from respiratory sensitivities, asthma or allergies. The air in your home likely contains dust, bacteria, viruses, pet dander, and volatile organic compounds and other toxic chemicals from paints and cleaning supplies. The idea of improving your indoor air quality may seem overwhelming, but it’s definitely doable.   […]

No MERV Rating on Your Air Filter Package? What Does That Mean?

By |March 6th, 2014|Air Filters|

While size and brand are important when buying air filter replacements, one of the most essential considerations is efficiency. The Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value, or MERV rating, is your key to finding an efficient filter without overpaying. The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) established MERV as the industry standard for measuring filter efficiency. […]

Lower or Higher Efficiency Air Filters? Is Paying for a Better Filter Worth It?

By |February 4th, 2014|Air Filters|

An HVAC air filter’s efficiency refers to how well it can trap dust, dirt and other pollutants of a certain size. High-efficiency air filters are able to trap smaller (and more) particles than low-efficiency filters and can lead to improved indoor air quality. However, the higher the efficiency of an HVAC filter, the more likely its denser filtration media will impede system airflow. […]