Welcome to cottonwood filters season, aka Spring. Why is spring a good time to change or clean cottonwood filters?
- Spring means that everything is budding…including cottonwood trees. Flowers, pollen, and seed pods from many types of trees can easily be pulled into HVAC units, clogging up the system and causing them to work harder. Cottonwood filters keep particles out and air clean to help your system run efficiently.
- On rooftop units especially, winter storms have left all types of litter. In northern climes, this particulate matter is now revealed by receding snows. Nationwide, the winds of Spring are ready to be blow this debris into your unit, particularly on flat roofs. These too can be pulled into the air intake vents and harm HVAC units.
- Temperatures are rising, which means that you’ll need to turn on the air conditioner soon. When the air conditioner is turned on, you want your system running at peak efficiency. Clean cottonwood filters mean that air can enter the system efficiently and smoothly.
Cottonwood filters do a good job of screening airborne particles, debris, and litter from HVAC units, keeping them out so that your unit can run more efficiently.
Cottonwood Filters for All Size Units
At Twin City Filter Service, we know that having the right cottonwood filters can really help you save money on energy and maintenance costs of your system. We stock a huge variety of cottonwood filters sizes, shapes, and utility. As always, if we don’t have what you need in stock, we’ll find it for you. Our extensive network of suppliers can almost always help you find the best filters for your needs.
Twin City Filter Service offers a wide range of filter materials, pads, frames and more. Custom filters are also available. Commercial air filters, bulk media, and other materials are available at our location or upon request. We ship same day to customers coast to coast, and offer next day delivery in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota and North Dakota. Twin City Filter Service may be reached at (612) 721-2001