So Why is this important?
Your air conditioning unit does much more than push out cool air. Air conditioning systems help control Indoor Air Quality which again is a combination of cleanliness of the air (no dust or pollen), humidity, temperature control, and odor.
Indoor air quality affects your health, comfort level, and your wallet. These tips can help keep your air clean, fresh and healthy.
Change your air filters at the beginning of every heating or cooling season. Better yet, change them every three months.
Filters help eliminate dust, pollen, mold spores, and other problems that can lead to allergies or health issues.
It is important to change your air filters. A dirty filter causes less airflow, which makes your system work harder and longer costing you more money.
Dirty air filters can also overheat your system leading to permanent damage.