The sun is shining and I am going to be out on the beach within an hour. I will bring my beach chair, my volleyball, and some tunes and go out and relax for a few hours and enjoy the day. We played music on the streets last night and had a lot of fun, and I would like to play again today, but I think it is a good idea to rest my shoulders a bit today. I plan on doing some cleaning around the house, starting with the HVAC washable filter I have. When it comes to maintenance, washable filters require regular cleaning to maintain their effectiveness. The frequency of cleaning will depend on the amount of dust and dirt in the air and the size of the filter. Most washable filters can be cleaned with soap and water, and some can even be cleaned in a dishwasher. It’s important to allow the filter to dry completely before reinstalling it in the HVAC system. In summary, washable air filters for HVAC systems are a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option for improving indoor air quality and maintaining HVAC system efficiency. They can be more effective at capturing small particles and require regular cleaning to maintain their effectiveness. However, it’s important to choose a high-quality washable filter and follow the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions to ensure optimal performance. HEPA filters are a good choice if you are concerned about dust and pollen, as they can grab about 99% of particles in the air and leave you with good air quality in the home.