Your HVAC system’s air filter can have a surprising effect on your Chino, California, home. Designed to facilitate your climate control while removing unwanted contaminants, the HVAC filter is a major part of the overall system. Here’s a quick breakdown of the top three ways your HVAC filter can affect home comfort.

Indoor Air Quality

Your HVAC filter’s main job is to remove debris and allergens from your home’s air. Filters can remove particles as small as dust mites from the air. Without a well-functioning filter, you’ll notice a significant reduction in your home’s air quality.

Clogged filters can allow contaminants into your home that it would otherwise catch. A poorly fitted or torn filter can also let undesirable debris into your home. To maintain your home’s air quality, get a filter that fits and check it regularly to make sure it’s in good condition.

Consistent Temperature

Because air filters are so effective at keeping debris out of your interior air, they can sometimes become clogged with the very particles they remove. Keep an eye on your filter for blockages. If it gets clogged, you might notice poor airflow in your home. And because your HVAC system will have to work so much harder to pull air in, you might experience inconsistent temperatures throughout your home.

Energy Efficiency

A clogged HVAC filter can also lead to poor energy efficiency. The extra burden on your HVAC system can result in higher energy bills and poor efficacy. A clean air filter should have little to no effect on your energy efficiency. As a result, it’ll help you get the most out of your home’s climate control system.

Change your air filter every few months or more frequently if you have family members with asthma or allergies. If you have questions about your HVAC system or filters, contact Metz Air Control at 909-614-4125 to set up a consultation.

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