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Airflow Filters Indoor Air Ventilation


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Airflow & filters


Airflow is one of the most important aspects of any heat and air conditioning system. Ironically, it is one of the most overlooked aspects and a root cause of many problems as well. The most common problems I see are airflow restrictions.

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Airflow at outdoor unit


Last week I spoke briefly about the problems associated with obstructed/dirty air filters. One point I’d like to reiterate is that filters are only there to protect your indoor coil from becoming plugged with debris.

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About author


Brad Bailey

Brad Bailey, the owner and operator of AirCo – Heating and Air Conditioning Services LLC, is a retired veteran of the United States Air Force (USAF). Enlisting in 1996 as an HVAC/R (heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration) technician, Brad had the privilege of serving in Germany, the Netherlands, and Italy. Brad has deployed to Iraq three times in support of the nation’s Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) and was also stationed in Mississippi, California, and North Dakota.

As a heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration technician for the Air Force, Brad accomplished and gained extensive experience through maintenance, mechanical/electrical troubleshooting, repairs, installations, controls, and customer service for both commercial and residential HVAC/R systems. Brad successfully progressed from the technician to management level in his field. During this time, Brad also played a vital role in mentoring and training new generations of America’s Airmen. Now, Brad Bailey continues his life of service in a very different way – helping to meet the demand for service and maintenance of HVAC systems in the community. Being able to continue using the HVAC/R experience and skills learned from service in United States Air Force is truly a blessing.