Because the average American spends nearly 90% of their time indoors, indoor air quality is a major concern. According to the EPA, the indoor air that we breath is 70% more polluted that the outdoor air. That's why it is so important to take steps to improve indoor air quality. Changing your air filter once a month will help you take a breath of fresh air.
By changing your air filter you will:
• have healthier indoor air by reducing the amount of dust, mold, pollen and other contaminates circulating through your home.
• increase the efficiency of your system and use less energy.
• increase the life of your HVAC system by keeping the interior of it clean.
Check your filter to see if it needs to be changed. During the peak seasons (summer and winter) your filter will need to be replaced more often due to the fact that your system is working harder.