Indoor mold in our New England homes has the potential to be either a problem or a threat. Mold spores come inside and can reproduce into colonies only with the proper conditions. Moisture is one of them.
Most heating and air conditioning filters have instructions from the manufacturer to change them every three months. A great reminder of the time to change yours is the changing of the seasons. A good practice is to check the filter every month, just to make sure. A heavy pollen season, dry, dusty conditions and periods with unusually high humidity can often cause air filters to clog up faster than normal. So, do a quick check every month and, if all looks okay, change with the next season. Read More New Air Filters For A New Season, And Keep Those Filters Fresh >>