How Often Should I Change My AC Filter? A San Antonio Tech Answers

A good rule-of-thumb is to replace your filter every 1–3 months. That said, some filters need to be changed more frequently than others because they get dirtier faster. The important thing is to change your AC filter before it gets clogged with dirt and debris. Why? A filthy AC air filter can cause issues like:

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What Allergens Are High in San Antonio?

There’s a lot we love about San Antonio, but we can’t say we love the dreaded allergies that plague us almost year-round. If you’ve lived in San Antonio for at least a year, you probably already know what we’re talking about. And if you haven’t, just wait—every season, a new allergen pops up and irritates

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Can You Replace Just the Outside AC Unit? A San Antonio AC Expert Explains

If you’ve been told by a technician that you need to replace both of your AC units, you’re probably wondering if it’s possible to just replace the outside AC and still use your current indoor unit to save money. Here’s our recommendation: You should replace both the outdoor and indoor units together for the following

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How Much Does it Cost to Repair a Central AC in San Antonio, Texas?

Need an AC repair in San Antonio? And how must does it cost to repair an ac unit is first thing on your mind. The cost to repair an AC in San Antonio ranges from $130 – $3,000, with most homeowners paying around $215. Your repair cost will depend on these factors: What needs to

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What’s the Best Air Purifier for Allergies in San Antonio?

It’s coming up on that time of year again: cedar fever season. If you’re looking for an air purifier that will make this time of year a little less miserable, we recommend installing a whole-house air purifier (also called an “air scrubber”). Installed in your existing HVAC system, a whole-home purification system will filter airborne particles,

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Should I Get My Air Ducts Cleaned? A San Antonio Duct Expert Answers.

The answer? It depends. Generally, ducts should only be cleaned on an “as-needed” basis—not as a routine maintenance, as some less honest San Antonio techs might suggest. According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), you should only get your ducts cleaned if: There is visible mold growth in your ductwork Your ducts are infested with

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