When shopping for HVAC air filters, you have probably noticed there are different styles and that many have a MERV number and that some are designated as HEPA filters. Here is what those ratings and acronyms actually mean and why they matter.
Fort Wayne's continental climate means we keep our windows closed most of the year to control our indoor temperatures. In today's airtight homes, that habit can make it harder to maintain high indoor air quality. One of the easiest ways to counteract this problem is by choosing a better air filter.
With the seasonal pollen, Fort Wayne's city smog and fumes from your appliances, maintaining high indoor air quality takes some planning. For every air pollutant, however, there's an efficient method available to remove it from your home.
In addition to being a known allergen, dust is also an unsightly nuisance. While it's impossible to completely eliminate this pesky substance from your Fort Wayne home, there are a couple ways to reduce dust production, allowing those with allergies to breathe easier, and for you to go longer in between cleanings.
Although the selection process can be overwhelming, choosing the furnace filter that best meets your needs is important to keep your HVAC system operating efficiently while reducing airborne pollutants within your home and improving indoor air quality (IAQ).
An effective HVAC air filter is essential to good indoor air quality and the operating efficiency of your home’s forced-air heating and cooling system. A dirty air filter will reduce the energy efficiency of HVAC equipment, and also contribute to poor indoor air quality.
Do you want to improve the air quality in your household? Adding an air cleaner is an effective way to reduce the dust, allergens and asthmatic triggers within your home. Reducing these triggers can help you breathe easier and contribute to a healthier home all year long.
When keeping your electric bills low and your indoor air cleaner in the summer are important, pay attention to your air conditioner filter. While it's the least expensive component inside your cooling system, it's one of the most important. The filter traps the airborne particles that could otherwise wreak havoc on your equipment and drive up energy bills.