Air Filters Mountain View
Air filters trap dust, pollen, allergens, and other airborne contaminates as air flows through your heating and cooling system. A clean filter allows air to flow freely through the system without the fan working extra hard to draw air through a clogged filter. By replacing your air filters at least every 3 to 6 months (and sometimes more often than that) you are prolonging the lifespan of the unit and reducing your operating costs. Also, by catching the dust and debris, a clean filter helps keep your indoor air clean and free of contaminates.
Types of Air Filters
There are a number of types of air filters available on the market today, from flimsy fiberglass and foam to high-tech. The most common and widely used type of filter for home systems are polyester and pleated filters. These are mid-range solutions for people wanting good indoor air quality that live in areas with higher amounts of pollen, dust, or that have pets. These filters are generally better than the fiberglass type for removing air pollutants.
The indoor air quality of your home is important to your family’s comfort and health. We can help you determine where your filters are located, what type of filters to use in your home and service your air filters and systems. To learn more about your filters and indoor air quality, request service here or call us at (870) 213-6815. We will be happy to help.