A dirty air filter allows dust, dander, and even mold to keep circulating through your home.

1. A Clogged Filter Makes An Inefficient System

You need to replace your furnace filter to help your system run as efficiently as possible. When the air filter is clogged with dust, dirt, and grime, your furnace and AC have to work twice as hard to move air through your home.

This will drive up your energy bills, increasing your carbon footprint and draining your budget. Replacing the air filter is quick, easy, and effective.

2. Dirty Air Filters Hurt Your Health

A dirty air filter allows dust, dander, and even mold to keep circulating through your home. This means your family will breathe these things in, which can make asthma, allergies, and other respiratory concerns much worse.

A clean air filter is better able to trap these contaminants, so your family can breathe freely.

3. Clogged Air Filters Reduce Your System’s Life Span

When your system has to work harder to heat and cool your home, the result is more than just increased energy bills. It can also cause your system to overheat and burn out.

The strain placed on the blower and the entire HVAC unit can lead to premature system failure. At Green Apple Mechanical NJ, we’ve found that a clogged air filter is a top reason people call us with a completely failed system.

You don’t want to pay for replacement in New Jersey before it’s due when a simple swap of your air filter will fix the problem. Neglecting your air filter is too costly of a mistake to make.

4. Dirty Air Filters Increase Your Maintenance Costs

While a clogged air filter doesn’t always lead to system failure, it does lead to costly maintenance. A blower that stops working or ductwork that needs to be cleaned regularly due to the dust circulating through your home can be avoided with routine air filter replacement.

You’d rather spend your money elsewhere, not replacing and repairing parts of your heating and cooling system, so consider making air filter replacement part of your normal schedule.

5. A Clean Air Filter Keeps Your Home Cleaner

A clean air filter will reduce the amount of dust in your home because it won’t keep circulating through your home’s HVAC system. Less dust will keep your home cleaner and help you spend your time doing things you love, rather than dust.

How Often Should You Change Your Air Filter?

With all these benefits, chances are you’re committing to changing the filter more frequently, but how often is it necessary? The answer depends on the demand placed on your filter and the type of filter you use, but a good rule of thumb is to change it every other month.

Green Apple Mechanical are the experts you can trust. We have been serving the New Jersey area for years with professionalism and expertise. Customer service and care are always our number one priorities. If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of your HVAC needs contact us today toll-free at 888-611-7191

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