When it comes to your home’s reverse cycle air conditioning system, many Australian homeowners underestimate the importance of changing your filters, especially prior to a new season commencing. Failing to change your filters can result in damage to your system, but it can also compromise how well your air conditioning system works.
Here at Mannix, we have been providing the residents of Australian with premium air conditioning advice and solutions for over 50 years. Anyone on our team will tell you that your air conditioning filters play a major role in the functionality and performance of your system, so ensuring they are cleaned regularly is vital.
But how often should you be cleaning or replacing your filters?
Well, this comes down to your everyday lifestyle. Think about how often you’ll be using your air conditioning system, as well as other factors such as how many pets you have, will also make a difference to the amount of time you spend cleaning your filters.
Keep reading to find out why it is so important to change your air conditioning filters regularly:
Improve the Quality of Air in Your Home!
Changing the filters regularly will ensure that the air being pumped around your home is as clean and fresh as possible for you and your family. Making an effort to change your filters will also reduce the likelihood of dust, pollen and dust mites.
Prolong the Life of Your Air Conditioning System
Dirt and neglect are one of the biggest causes for failing air conditioning systems, so ensuring you are providing your machine with regular maintenance is vital to the longevity of your system. Filter care is one of the best ways to maintain your machine and save you thousands in repair costs and discomfort.
With Australian electricity on the rise, having clogged filters will only make your machine work harder and as a result, drive up your electricity costs. Cleaning your filters regularly can save you up to 15 per cent!
For more air conditioning maintenance and expert advice, be sure to contact the team at Mannix today!