Proper maintenance will ensure good air quality in your home, increase the life span of your system, and consume less energy - lowering your bills. Your filters should be changed every 30 to 90 days
depending on the type and efficiency of your filter. However, according to Energy Star, filters should be changed every month during peak summer and
winter months when your HVAC system is operating at its highest capacity. Remember, regular maintenance of your home's cooling and heating system is essential to ensure it operates efficiently.
If you're wondering, "Where is my furnace filter located?" we've got you covered. The short, animated video above shows the most likely location of your furnace filter and then walks you through how to change a furnace filter.
How to install your air filter
Air Return Vent or Air Handler/Furnace
If your home has an air return vent, locate your air return vent.
If your home has an air handler or furnace, the air filter can be found within or near the air handler/furnace.
Enjoy clean air when changing your air filter every 60-90 days.
Before you change your air filter, make sure you have the right sized filter. If it's not printed on the filter cover, check out our Helpful Tip on how to measure your air filter. Learn more about ensuring clean
air for your home or business in our Helpful Tips section.