How Do I Install My Air Filter?
If you have bad allergies, your home’s air filter may actually be adding to your suffering instead of helping it. In homes that have forced-air heating and/or central air conditioning, it is imperative to change your air filter at least once every three months. Even more frequent if you have pets! The job of an air filter is to remove the dust, pollen and other allergens from the air inside your home, but if you let the air filter become clogged with dust, you can expect to be sneezing up a storm as your indoor air quality will be worse than standing outside in a haze of springtime pollen. Here is how to install an air filter. When you head to the hardware store to purchase a new air filter, understand that they can come in a variety of sizes. Check your heater’s documentation to see what size your unit requires. Of course, you can always remove the old one first to check the sizing as well. The first thing you should do before installing a new air filter is to turn OFF your air condit