Having air quality problems? It might be time to switch out that old air filter! Contact our experts at Paschal Air, Plumbing & Electric for professional AC maintenance and air filter replacement services in Northwest Arkansas.
One of the most important steps to AC care and maintenance is filter replacement. Regularly replacing the air filter will help your AC system last longer, work more efficiently, and provide you with greater indoor comfort.
Neglecting air filter replacement can cause the evaporator coils in the indoor unit to freeze or the blower to become damaged, which in turn can result in a lack of airflow or cool air throughout your home. Dirty air filters can also result in poor indoor air quality and affect more sensitive household members with allergies, asthma, or other respiratory conditions.
Our experts at Paschal Air, Plumbing & Electric provide full-service AC solutions that include system maintenance and tune-ups. As part of our maintenance services, we provide air filter replacements and can also help you select the right type of filter that best meets your indoor comfort goals.
Frequency of air filter replacement will differ with every household. The average time between filter replacements is 3 months. Those with pets or smokers may need to replace the filter more often (every 2 months or so), while households with members suffering from respiratory problems will likely need to replace the air filter every six weeks and may even need to look into whole-home air filtration solutions.
The type of AC filter that’s used will also influence frequency of filter replacement.
Paschal Air, Plumbing & Electric is committed to helping you reach your indoor comfort goals. Whether you need to tune-up your AC system for the season or you’re looking for recommendations on the best filter options, our experts are here to provide you with the cost-effective solutions you need!
Leave your indoor air quality and air filtration needs to our experts. Contact us today for AC maintenance and filter replacement services in Northwest Arkansas, Southwest Missouri, or the Fort
Smith River Valley.