While air filters are not reasonably priced at the hardware store, they add up in the long run
As a new homeowner, I try to take the best care of my Heating and Air Conditioning system. I’ve heard scary stories from my friends and family about their Heating and Air Conditioning systems going south, along with the high price tags that follow. In an attempt to avoid unexpected repairs and costs, I hired a professional Heating and Air Conditioning supplier to look after my Heating and Air Conditioning equipment regularly. Where I live, we experience all four seasons, so it needs to be serviced at least four times a year. One thing my Heating and Air Conditioning supplier recommended that I upkeep myself, is the air filter. She advised that I check on it every ninety days to see if it’s been filled with dust as well as debris. Typically, an air filter can last past ninety days, but it was better to check on the filter in case there was a change in the weather, causing it to fill up faster. Replacing an air filter is easy, which I appreciate. It’s so simple that I have no excuse to not do it. While air filters are not reasonably priced at the hardware store, they add up in the long run. Since I’m a new homeowner, I don’t have the money to replace my air filter every ninety days. I try to get the most out of the filter before replacing it with a new one, so I purchased a stand alone air cleaner. This acts as an extra barrier that filters out the excess dust and debris entering my home, but ever since buying the purifier, I found that I don’t have to replace my air filter as often.