How to Change Your Home Air Filters

Changing the air filters in your home is a simple way to improve your indoor air quality. Not only will you breathe easier, but you may also notice that your allergies or asthma symptoms improve. Here are four easy steps to changing your air filters:

Change Your Air Filter In 4 Easy Steps

dirty air furnace filter replacement1. Find the air filter. In most homes, the air filter is located in the return air duct or near the furnace.

2. Remove the old air filter. Carefully remove the old air filter and dispose of it properly.

3. Choose the right replacement filter. There are many different types of air filters available. It’s important to use the correct size air filter – measurements are often listed on the side of the filter itself.

4. Install the new air filter. Simply insert the new air filter into the housing and make sure it is properly secured.

That’s it! By following these four easy steps, you can ensure that your home’s air quality is improved and your family is breathing easier.

Professional Air Duct Cleaning

When it comes to improving your home’s air quality, one of the best things you can do is have your air ducts professionally cleaned. This service removes all the dust, dirt, and other contaminants that have built up over time, leaving you with clean, fresh air to breathe. Health issues are often caused by breathing in dirty air, so by having your air ducts cleaned, you can help improve your overall health.

The team of licensed HVAC professionals at AAA know exactly how to take care of your air ducts and can have them cleaned in no time. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!

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