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This course is taught at Academia Europea de Dirección y Economíe de la Empresa - AEDEM.
If the air in your house doesn’t seem up to snuff, your furnace filter may need changing. Now’s a good time to do it before we get into the heart of the heating season. After that, check it every month and change it at least every three. Not only will you breathe easier but you’ll save wear and tear on your furnace. To get the job done, follow these simple tips from the experts at Consumer Reports.Forced-air heating and cooling systems have filters that remove airborne particles before they can damage the furnace’s blower motor. Because the particles are removed at the air intake, the air that blows through your vents is dust free. But filters get dirty, which can both foul the air and cause your furnace to struggle.The owner's manual for your furnace should show you where the filter is and how to remove it—that can be as easy as sliding the old one out and sliding a new one in. Before you buy new , determine which type of filter you have. Disposable models usually have cardboard frames, and reusable ones typically have frames made of plastic. Here’s how to change both.

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