Anoka AC Filters & Filter Replacement Services

Your AC’s filter needs to be routinely changed. For quality services, rely on Superior Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical, Inc. Call us anytime 24/7 at (763) 422-1721. Click here to access our online discounts and specials.

AC Filter Replacement Services in Anoka MN

Air conditioner filters serve many purposes. Their key role, however, is to keep your home’s air quality and the elements of the unit clean and in good shape. In order to reach its full potential in terms of efficiency, the air filter of an air conditioner must be replaced on a regular basis. If the air filter is not regularly replaced, the unit demands more energy to function properly.

While keeping the air filter changed in an air conditioning unit is one of the easiest tasks to do to keep it in good working order, we recommend maintaining a regular maintenance schedule with our professional air conditioning contractor to prevent it from malfunctioning during the ‘dog days’ of summer or any other time. Count on Superior Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical, Inc. for exceptional Anoka AC filters and filter replacement services. We promise precise and thorough services that leave you 100% satisfied.

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What are the benefits of regularly changing the AC’s filter?

The basic function of an air filter is to safeguard the condition of the system itself. When your air conditioner is on, its job is to pull the air through the registers to effectively cool it down. In doing so, pollution in the air generally works its way into the unit causing undue stress on the system.

By keeping the AC filter changed regularly, not only will it extend the life of the air conditioner, but it will maximize its overall efficiency and save you a great deal of money in energy savings, as well.

Why should you never neglect your AC’s filter?

An AC filter that’s full of dirt and debris will require the air conditioning system to work much harder than it needs to in order to perform the same output and adequately cool off the home. Because the filter is dirty, the additional effort it requires to force air through the filter can make operating the system much more expensive.
On the other hand, regularly changing the air filter will keep the unit operating at its maximum potential with less effort overall. In addition, if the filter is clean, there’s less strain on each working component of the system and is therefore less likely to have excess wear-and-tear, which could eventually result in significant damage and cause high energy costs in general.

How often should it be changed?

How frequently an air conditioner’s filter should be changed primarily depends on a few key factors, such as:

  • The kind of air filter used.
  • The level of air pollution in the air and near the home.
  • The general air quality in the home.
  • How many people occupy the home and their general activity level.
  • The number of pets.

Most air filter manufacturers say to change the filter every 30 – 60 days minimum, which is a good rule of thumb to follow. However, if anyone in the home suffers from allergies or if pets are present, especially cats, ideally the air filter should be changed more often than the recommended 60 days or less.

Our professional specialists can easily inspect, repair, and replace any issues regarding your air conditioning unit and let you know exactly how often you should be changing the filter upon inspection. If you want to extend the life of your air conditioning unit, keep it running at maximum efficiency, and save money on your energy bill each month, schedule routine maintenance checks with professionals who understand your system inside-out and know how to keep it running safely and efficiently.

Call Superior Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical, Inc. for quality AC filter services at (763) 422-1721 today!

 

 

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