September 1, 2023
An important rule to remember when it comes to making sure your air conditioner works well, is to clean or change the air filter regularly. The purpose of the filter is to help clean the air coming into your home, it’s like a net catching all the tiny particles floating in the air. New or cleaned filters keep your AC happy and working nicely. The manufacturer or installer should suggest how often to service filters; however, if you live in a place with a lot of dirt and dust, you will want to clean the filters more often.
At Arrow Senior Living we understand the air conditioner needs good, quality air to do its job efficiently. Clean air filters allow the air conditioner to cool the community better, making both residents and staff feel more comfortable.
Air conditioners are also smart, they are like robots notifying if something is wrong and even what is wrong! Just like you need regular visits to the doctor for a check-up, your air conditioner needs regular maintenance. Having an HVAC professional check your air conditioner on a regular basis is the best way to keep it smart and keep you cool on those hot summer days.
The activities I do to maintain the HVAC system at work is to follow the scheduled air filter changes and ensure the coils are kept clean. We don’t want the system to bog down and not have the proper airflow. The benefit of maintaining the HVAC includes keeping the electricity bill down and helping the system last longer.
Other than changing filters at the office, cleaning the ducts will pull dust and other items out, providing cleaner air blowing through the environment and making cleaning high and low touch areas easier.
Changing air filters is one of the most important maintenance tasks completed to extend the efficiency and life of air conditioners. Checking and replacement of filters should be completed on a regular schedule. Filters are much cheaper than air conditioner units.
Saint Charles, Missouri-based Arrow Senior Living manages a collection of communities that offer varying levels of care including independent living, assisted living, and memory care. Each and every senior living community supports residents by focusing on dignity, respect, and quality of life. The programs and amenities offered are selected to provide only the highest standard of quality and comfort.
September 20, 2023
Arrow Senior Living CEO, Stephanie Harris, shared some personal incites and professional thoughts on today’s senior living industry during a recent “Hot Seat Series” interview with Senior Housing News. To read her transparent answers and the complete account, go to https://seniorhousingnews.com/2023/09/11/the-hot-seat-stephanie-harris-ceo-and-principal-arrow-senior-living/.
September 15, 2023
National Assisted Living Week is a special time when assisted living communities come alive with celebrations that bring residents together. It’s a chance to share stories, make memories, and enjoy events that show the strong bond among residents, caregivers, and families. This year, the theme is Season of Reflection. Arrow Senior Living takes great joy […]