Air filters are an important part of the HVAC system since they contribute to the system’s efficiency, not to mention that they play a crucial role in air quality.
When the air filters in your AC system are clogged and dirty, the chances are that the air quality in your house will not be the best.
There may be a lot of allergens, dust, and debris floating around in the air. You will notice that anyone suffering from allergies will be more irritated and is likely to have constant attacks despite taking their medication. On the other hand, a clean filter ensures that the air is perfect, and you are less likely to witness any allergic reactions or attacks. Besides air purity, a clean filter does not overwork the system. When air flows adequately, chances of the unit overworking and breaking down due to wear and tear reduces significantly. But how does the basic and simple air filter manage to deal with allergies? The standard filter will eliminate debris and dust to a certain degree, thus minimizing the irritants that are likely to cause allergic reactions. However, it may not eliminate the allergens. For this to happen, special filters which are slightly more expensive are needed. You probably need to invest in HEPA filters specially created to trap all dust, debris, pollen, and allergens that most other filters may filter through. The good news is that your HVACtehcnian has an idea of where to get them. Alternatively, visit the nearest HVAC business to your home and inquire about some. If you have a patent that constantly suffers from allergic reactions, this investment will be worth the coin.