LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — As wildfire smoke from the West Coast continues to linger in parts of Nevada and the pandemic poses a threat to respiratory health, experts say now is the time to make sure your HVAC air system is up to date.
Ricky Warner, the service manager at Goetell, says to think of your air filter like a face mask for your home.
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He recommends you change your air filters every 30 days to reduce mold and dust in your home.
Warner also says, with the rise of allergy season and the amount of time spent inside due to COVID-19 restrictions, your air filter can be your first line of defense of any HVAC system.