Proper filter maintenance can help you get the most from your energy dollar. Clogged filters reduce the airflow in your ducts and your heating and cooling system has to run longer to keep you comfortable.
Check, clean or replace your furnace filter at least once a month during the peak heating and cooling seasons. As a reminder … check your filter when you receive your electric bill.
There are many different types of air filters, some need to be changed or cleaned more often than others. What’s important is to familiarize yourself with your filter type. Clean it or replace it on a regular basis and keep a record of your filter maintenance. Never operate a heating and cooling system without a filter.