Scheduled Air Filter Changeout
Scheduled Air Filter Changeout Service
This is the core of our business. While there are several factors that contribute to the quality of your commercial property’s air and the functionality of your HVAC system, one of the most important is the air filter utilized by the system. The filter’s purpose is to capture dust, debris, bacteria, mold spores, and other pollutants so that these contaminants do not inhibit the functionality of the system and are not redistributed back into the property’s air. Properly maintaining your air filter will ensure other areas of your system are able to function effectively.
There are many variables influencing how often you need to change your HVAC air filters. For example, if you work in the restaurant industry, it’s no secret that you need to follow serious regulations when it comes to sanitation. You always take the time to clean out your freezer and keep food prep stations spotless. But all that work could be essentially wasted if a dirty air filter is spreading dirt and dust around the restaurant and kitchen.
If you have a very active building – a medical facility, for example – you’ll need to replace filters more frequently. If you have an indoor/outdoor building exposed to harsher elements, you will need to replace filters more often. Even If there’s a lot of construction around your business, your filters may need replacement sooner than usual.
No matter what your business environment, contaminants like, dust, pollen, hair, pet dander and even fibers from clothing can compromise your air filter over time. In fact, even dead skin particles can contribute to poor air quality in your business. If you notice that members of your team seem to be sniffling much more frequently lately, or have realized that your office heating and cooling bills have skyrocketed, it’s likely a sign that your office’s air filter needs to be replaced more often.
Here are the benefits of an effective filter replacement schedule?
Dirt and neglect are one of the leading causes of failure for heating and cooling systems and a clogged air filter can cause extensive damage to your system
A clean air filter will remove most of the dust and pollen particles that would otherwise be in the air.
With a clogged filter, your system must work harder to pump the same amount of air around your home. It is estimated you can save up to 15% on utility costs by keeping your air filter clean and in good condition.
As mentioned above, an air filter that is clogged means a harder working HVAC system. This can lead to more carbon monoxide and other greenhouse gasses being released than is necessary.
Economically, health-wise, and environmentally it makes sense to replace your HVAC air filter based on the specific needs of your business. When in doubt, ask a professional. While most HVAC service contracts come with standardized quarterly filter change-out without any consideration to the individual operating environment, we will customize the service to your specific business need. Call us today and with no obligation we will inspect your filters, show you samples of our materials, and discuss the benefits of our service to you.