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Exploring benefits of changing your AC filter

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Air conditioning is a must-have for homes and businesses in Tucson.

Without a properly functioning air conditioner, you will have no protection against the desert’s heat. One way to make sure that your air conditioning system remains in good working condition is to change your air filter at least once a month.

Some of the terrific benefits of changing your AC filter include

Extend Lifespan of Your System

One of the top reasons to make sure that you always change your air filter is that regular air filter changes will help to extend the lifespan of your system. When your AC’s air filter gets clogged, your unit will have to work even harder to cool down your home or building. Maintaining a clean air filter will reduce strain on your AC unit, which, in turn, will extend its lifespan.

Avoid Air Quality Issues

The main function of your AC’s air filter is to eliminate dirt, dust and other tiny particles that are hiding in your indoor air. If you go too long without changing your air filter, you will find that your building’s indoor air quality starts to deteriorate. To keep your indoor air healthy and fresh, take the time to switch out your filter once a month.

Ensure Efficient Performance

Paying for air conditioning can be a considerable expense for any household or company. To cut down on your energy bills each month, schedule AC filter changes at regular intervals. When your air filter has been freshly changed, your air conditioning unit will function as efficiently as possible.

If you are in need of air conditioning service in Tucson, let the team at B&J Refrigeration take care of all of your needs.

As commercial refrigeration and AC specialists, we have the tools and training needed to restore your unit to peak operating condition. Give us a call at 520-308-6722 to set up preventative maintenance services for your commercial or residential air conditioning system.

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