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Bard HVAC Filters

About Bard HVAC Filters: The Bard Company sells the following products:

  • Air conditioners
  • Heat pumps
  • Gas and electric
  • Geothermal
  • Chilled water
  • Thermostats
  • Humidistats
  • Carbon dioxide monitors
  • Lead/Lag controllers.

Most of all products in the above product line need filters. These filters directly interact with air. Because of this reason, filters get blocked. Clean your filter on time. Filters help to improve your HVAC system performance in order to maintain the desired temperature, humidity, and ventilation. PartsHnC has all types of Bard HVAC Filters at affordable prices.

PartsHnC ensures customer satisfaction while providing the best pricing on the market. Shop with us right now for a variety of Bard components as well as other HVAC equipment parts and accessories.

An extensive inventory of Bard HVAC OEM replacement parts and parts for HVAC parts and accessories that have been manufactured to the stringent standards of Bard HVAC equipment is available from PartsHnC. With same-day shipping and our round-the-clock email service will help you with any problems you may be having with orders or queries about specific products. Reach out to us right away at [email protected] or (866) 963-0907.

FAQs

How are Bard HVAC filters cleaned?

Cleaning a Bard HVAC filter is a simple process that can be done in a few easy steps.

  • Turn off the power to the HVAC unit and locate the filter. It is typically in the return air duct or the blower compartment of the unit.
  • Carefully remove the filter from the unit. If the filter is dirty or clogged, it may be difficult to remove. If this is the case, use a small tool, such as a screwdriver, to help you remove it.
  • Once you have the filter out, use a soft-bristled brush to gently remove any debris or dust that may be stuck to the filter.
  • Rinse the filter thoroughly under running water. If the filter is dirty or clogged, use a mild detergent to help break up any stubborn dirt or grime.
  • Allow the filter to dry completely before replacing it in the HVAC unit. Place the filter in a well-ventilated area, such as outside, to speed up the drying process.
  • Once the filter is dry, put it back into the HVAC unit and turn the power back on.

It's important to note that most Bard HVAC filters have a MERV rating and their replacement frequency is based on that. For example, if a filter has a MERV rating of 8, it is typically recommended to replace it every 3 months, while a MERV 13 filter may only need to be replaced every 6 months.

Regular cleaning and replacement of your filter can help keep your HVAC system running efficiently and prolong the life of your equipment.

What steps are involved in replacing Bard HVAC Filters?

Replacing a Bard HVAC filter is a simple process that can be done in a few easy steps.

  1. Turn off the power in the HVAC unit. This is an important safety precaution to ensure that the unit does not turn on while you are replacing the filter.
  2. Locate the filter. It is typically in the return air duct or the blower compartment of the unit. Carefully remove the filter from the unit.
  3. Measure the filter to ensure you are purchasing the correct size replacement filter. Filter sizes can vary, and it's important to purchase the right size to ensure proper fit and performance.
  4. Purchase a replacement filter that is the same size and has the same MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) rating as the original filter. You can find this information on the original filter or the manufacturer's website.
  5. Install the new filter into the HVAC unit, making sure it is securely in place.
  6. Turn the power back on to the HVAC unit.

It's important to note that the frequency of filter replacement will depend on the MERV rating of the filter, the usage of the HVAC system, and the air quality in your area. A filter with a higher MERV rating will typically need to be replaced less frequently, while a filter with a lower MERV rating will need to be replaced more frequently.

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