The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) recognizes replacing your air filter regularly as a good way to increase the air quality in your home. Installing a whole-house air filter is the big first step towards clean air. Whole-house air purification systems are silent and more effective than portable units, but to keep your system running at maximum efficiency your filter needs to be replaced each year.
A properly maintained air cleaner can remove four times as many air pollutants as traditional filters. Your house can be rid of dust, fungus spores, bacteria, insecticides, pet dander, dust mites, mold, and more. By keeping up with your air cleaner, you protect yourself and your family from allergies, diseases, asthma attacks, and even long-term health problems like cancer.