Filters In Port Charlotte, Sarasota, Desoto, FL, and Surrounding Areas
Poor air quality in homes is a major concern for health authorities. This is because studies have shown that the quality of air in most homes is actually worse than the quality of air outside. While this may be hard to believe, that’s the reality we live in. It is, therefore, important for every homeowner to invest in IAQ services to make their home not only more comfortable but also safer and healthier for the entire family. Replacement of air filters may be a simple task, but it can go a long way in improving indoor air quality.
After all, these are the components responsible for getting rid of impurities from the air. At Emery Air Conditioning, we are a full-service HVAC contractor offering everything from design and installation to maintenance, repairs, and IAQ services. You can count on us for quality HVAC and indoor air quality services.
Experienced and Licensed HVAC Professionals
We are a Florida-licensed HVAC and refrigeration company serving the residents of Charlotte, Sarasota, Desoto, Lee, and Manatee counties. We have been in the industry for over two decades, so we have the experience needed to complete any type of HVAC job. Our services are available 24/7 every single day of the year. This means you can call us during the day or night to schedule a service or request emergency repairs.
Importance of Replacing Filters
An air filter works by preventing minute particles from passing through the HVAC system. This helps to clean and improve the quality of air inside a building. Over time, however, the air filter will get clogged with all the impurities it trapped. As a result air flow through the system will be inhibited. This will reduce the performance of the system. Furthermore, the unit will consume more energy in a bid to force air across the filter. This will increase your energy bill. Ideally, you should have a professional replace or clean your air filter to not only improve indoor air quality but also to improve the efficiency and performance of the system.