Air filters are found in all air heating systems and air conditioning systems. They are inbuilt to provide filtration of air that blows out of the central air conditioning system. As filters help maintain pollution-free indoors, it is important to know where they are located so that cleaning them becomes easy. Periodic cleaning results in increased efficiency, long life and of course, healthy indoors. Not all filters are fitted in the same location on the residential air conditioner units. Knowing the location of where air filters are typically located is necessary. Here are some places you can look for to identify the air filter in your hvac unit.
If you have a system with centralized air returns, look for the filter in the grill that is located in a wall. If your system has an attic air handler, it will have a slot with a removable cover. For a heating and air system with a basement air handler, there are chances that the filter is located at the return air plenum usually found next to the bottom of the air handler.
Those of you who live in and around the Santa Clara County, just dial (408) 649-2008 and talk to any technician at 72 Degrees Cooper Brothers. This air conditioning and heating contractor caters to the hvac needs of residential and commercial complexes in and around the County. In addition to heating air conditioning repair, the company also undertakes maintenance, indoor air quality analysis, duct designing, repair and replacement for all types of residential and central air conditioning units. Trained technicians will take your call and deliver prompt and professional service. For details, visit their official website: https://www.72degreescb.com