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Air Filtration Services in Tampa
At IERNA's Heating & Cooling, we take the quality of the air inside your home seriously, and we offer services to help protect your family’s safety and comfort. One of the indoor air quality services that we provide that can help eliminate contaminants from circulating through your home’s air is the installation of air filtration systems. A professionally installed air filter will trap such unhealthy contaminants as dust, dirt, pollen, dander, and construction debris, creating a healthier environment for everyone in your household.
However, not all filters are alike: you must have a filter that matches your needs as well as your HVAC system, or you could end up with inferior results and a poorly performing heater and air conditioner. If you require air filtration services in Tampa, only rely on professionals to do the work. Call our indoor air quality team today, and we will help you find the right air filters for your home. We also offer maintenance and replacement services to see that you continue to receive the healthiest air quality.
IERNA's Heating & Cooling provides air filtration services in Tampa, FL and the surrounding areas, including new installations and replacements.
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Air Filters for Your Home
An air conditioner and forced–air heater come equipped with an air filter. However, this filter does little good when it comes to protecting the quality of your air; its principle purpose is to protect the interior of the HVAC system. For cleaner air, you must have special air filters integrated into the ventilation system to remove contaminating particles.
Most air filters work through mechanical means and do not require any power to operate. They contain a mesh of fibers that trap contaminants that attempt to pass through them. If a filter is correctly matched to the HVAC system, it will provide no interference with the airflow from the heater or air conditioner.
Do You Need Your Air Filter Replaced?
Air filters will become clogged with pollutants over time and will require routine replacements to prevent airflow issues and a reduction in effectiveness. Most filters are marked with a specific replacement schedule that you need to adhere to. This can range from every 3 months to annually. However, you need to work with indoor air quality professionals in case the filtration system requires extra maintenance. No matter how often you need to have an air filter replaced, you should arrange for maintenance once a year for the system. Our technicians will be able to tell you if you need to change the filters more often than the manufacturer’s recommended schedule.
Finding an Air Filter That Works For You
There is a great variety of air filtration systems, and finding the air filter that works for your household can be tricky. The best–known type of air filter is the HEPA air filter. These air filters much receive government approval that they remove 99.97% of contaminants down to 0.3 microns. HEPA filters are excellent at stopping many allergens and asthma triggers, making them good choices for homes with residents who suffer from these problems. However, you need to be cautious, since the powerful HEPA filters can result in reducing airflow for some HVAC systems and creating energy efficiency problems. Ask your professional installers about the best type of filter to match your home comfort system while providing maximum protection for the people in your household.
To get started with finding a filter that works for your home and family, call IERNA's Heating & Cooling. You can trust to the experience of our indoor air quality professionals, whether you need new air filtration or replacement and maintenance inspections. Get in touch with us if you have any questions.