The First Step to Cleaner Air
Without a furnace filter, also known as an air filter, your HVAC unit would accumulate a lot more dust and break down much more frequently. Your home would also have more dust floating in the air, potentially triggering allergies and asthma. The filter needs to be replaced every so often so that your system isn’t struggling to pull air in and out through a blanket of dust.
Garner can guide you through the task of getting new furnace filters in the Hays County area.
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Common Furnace Filter Questions
What size filter do I need? – Filter sizes are very straightforward; they are length by width by depth. Measuring your old filter will give you the exact size you need. Or easier yet, the size is usually marked on the side of the filter.
What type of filter is best? – This depends on your needs. Disposable fiberglass filters are the most common. They are cheap and meet basic needs. To step it up, you could look into pleated filters, which catch more particles, or electrostatic filters, which attract more particles. There are varying levels of efficiencies depending on your pricepoint.
How often should I replace my filter? – The most you should change it is monthly, and this is in the case of owning multiple pets or having an occupant with allergies. Having only one pet cuts it down to once every two months. And in homes with no pets, once every three months should be enough.
Get Assistance With Your Furnace Filter
If you have more questions, need assistance with your filter or are simply overwhelmed, call Garner from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 512-392-2000. We’ll make this simple.
Garner is Here For Your Complete HVAC Needs
We enjoy providing filter advice and solutions for Hays County, and we also install, repair and maintain heating and air conditioning for the community as well. If we can do anything beyond filter service for you, just let us know.
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