Different Types of Filters & Why They Need to Be Changed Often
Filters are essential components for every air conditioner. Their primary role is to trap dirt, eliminate germs, and neutralize foul odors, chemical fumes, and smoke. These air purifiers have a direct impact and are beneficial to those people who suffer from chemical sensitivities, allergies, and asthma. Let’s explore the different types of air filters.
Fiberglass filters are commonly used in many types of air conditioners. They have a supporting metal frame, and they can be disposed of after some time. Fiberglass particles are designed to trap the particles and toxins in the air.
If you’re looking for an alternative air purifier option, consider polyester filters. They are very effective and robust in trapping toxins and harmful particles. They can also be disposed of after their useful period.
These are unique air purifiers that have been designed to be washed and reused. They are mostly found in industrial air conditioning facilities where particles and dust are larger and coarser. Their filtering ability is enhanced by the accumulation of dirt on the edges.
After trapping toxins, dirt, and dust particles, you need to make sure that you replace your air filters regularly. We recommend changing them every three months, but this can vary based on the type of filter. Reasons for changing your filter include the following.
Improve Air Quality
With time, your air filters will accumulate so much dirt and dust particles that their effectiveness will be compromised. The quality of the air passing into your house decreases. To increase the quality of air in your room, you need to have effective air filters.
Prevent Damage to Your HVAC System
A clogged and blocked air filter is a potential hazard to the physical conditions of your heating and air conditioning systems. With up-to-date filters, your HVAC system will perform optimally without the need for regular repair and maintenance. Changing air purifiers regularly will increase the lifespan of your air conditioning unit.
Do you need to increase the quality of air in your West Palm Beach home? Call Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc. for filter replacement and other air conditioning services. We have trained and experienced experts, and we provide indoor air quality services, ductwork cleaning, heating repair, and installation services, and solar power system installations. Give us a call today.