High-Efficiency Filters

Health experts estimate that 35 million Americans suffer from upper respiratory tract symptoms caused by allergic reactions to airborne allergens. At Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating, part of our mission is to improve indoor air quality in your home with high-efficiency filters. After taking a look at your existing comfort system and considering air quality factors, we install air filters that promote easy breathing and healthy living. Customers on our bi-annual and annual maintenance plans know the importance of high-efficiency air filters and rely on the expertise of our NATE-certified technicians for quality air. Family on Sofa

Indoor Air Quality Control

Whenever you request heating or air conditioning services in the Ogden, Utah area, the professionals at Mountain Air always assess the quality of your air filter. If it’s lacking, they’ll recommend an appropriate replacement and replace your filter on the spot. They’ll also inform you about the reasoning behind their recommendation and explain the benefits you will receive from a high-quality air filter.

Top Rated Air Filters

When choosing high-quality air filters for your home in the Ogden, Utah area, it’s important to look at the MERV rating (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value). This indicates the strength of the air filter. The MERV scale ranges from 1 to 16. Most homes use filters rated between 1 and 4. Most people find these filters acceptable but they do not trap all of the air pollutants that are entering your home.

Mountain Air recommends filters that are rated between 5 and 8. They provide quality indoor air quality at an affordable price. Filters with higher MERV ratings are more commonly used in commercial settings but can be used if someone in your home suffers from dangerous allergies. Since these filters stop so much, they quickly fill up with dirt and need be replaced more often.

Air Filters Are Key Components of Comfort Systems

Even though the air filter is the least expensive and most accessible part of any air conditioning and heating unit, it’s a key component to the entire system. It regulates air entering your system and is responsible for the quality of the air that comes out. Using its modern weave and time-tested fibers, the air filter captures harmful elements from the air like dust, pollen, bacteria, mold, and even viruses.

After we find out which filter is right for your system and home, you can then switch out the air filters yourself. Whenever you notice that your filter is dirty, simply take it out, throw it away, and replace it with a new one. If you don’t feel comfortable doing this yourself, rest assured that the qualified, friendly Mountain Air team is here to do it for you. Plus, if you’re signed up for our SAVE plan, your filters are automatically replaced during your bi-annual or annual maintenance.

Mountain Air Replaces Air Filters and Much More

In addition to swapping out dirty filters with new, high-efficiency filters, Mountain Air also specializes in furnace repair and air conditioning repair in the Ogden, Utah area. We dedicate ourselves to providing cost-effective, customer-friendly solutions for every service that we provide. With a competent comfort system and high-quality air filter to complement it, you’ll quickly fall in love with the benefits of supreme indoor air quality. To improve the air in your home, contact us online or call (801) 416-2215(801) 416-2215 today.

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Paul Berkholder
16:48 07 May 21
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