Skip to content
Available 24/7!  Call or Text Us! 

Get Monthly Email Reminders to Check Your Air Filter from Jerry Kelly!

Yellow post it notes on the corkboardLast week we posted a blog about the many ways a clogged air filter can affect the efficiency and performance of your cooling system. That’s why it’s so important to check the condition of your filter every month, especially during summer. But we know you have a busy schedule and you can’t always remember to check your filter. That’s why we created monthly email reminders for our customers!

What are Jerry Kelly’s monthly email alerts?

By signing up for our monthly email alerts, you’ll get an email delivered to your inbox on the first of every month that reminds you to check on your system’s air filter. You can sign up via the “Join My List” tab on our Facebook page (be sure to Like our page while you’re there if you haven’t already). Today is the 31st, so sign up now and you’ll receive your first email alert tomorrow!

Our monthly email alerts are free to sign up for and you can unsubscribe at any time. And don’t worry; your email is safe with us!

My filter is supposed to last longer than a month, should I still get these alerts?

We know that some of our customers have filters that are designed to last for 3 months, 6 months or even longer than that. However, as we explained in our blog last week, it’s still important to check the condition of your filter every month. Sometimes your filter clogs up faster than you’d expect (especially in the summer and winter months) so it’s a good idea to always know how it’s doing.

In addition, our monthly reminders will give you a chance to do a quick visual inspection of your HVAC system to see if there are any problems that have gone unnoticed (such as water leaking from your system).

If you have any questions about signing up for our email alerts to check your air filter, or if you’d like a cooling system serviced or installed in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Louis air conditioning company. We service the St. Louis area, including towns like Dardenne Prairie, Des Peres and Frontenac.

photo credit: MyTudut via photopin cc