Combining electrostatic filter material with activation carbon creates a low resistance, high arrestance, chemical and odor absorbing filter for your HVAC system.
Stay healthy with every breath you take.
Living in a Healthy Home feels great and you and your family deserve it.
We breathe a lot and having clean and refreshing indoor air quality (IAQ) is the main ingredient for a Healthy Home. It is wonderful and necessary to have clean, fresh air coming from your HVAC system and using, the right filters is a smart investment in your comfort, and health as your HVAC system and IAQ is part of a Healthy Home and happy life.
Furnace filters are designed to keep your HVAC system and air ducts clean. Low quality filters allow dust, fur, fibers, skin flakes, pollen, and mold spores to enter the air ducts, and the HVAC coil, blower assembly, and heating elements.
Dirty air ducts and HVAC components are a disaster waiting to happen because during the air conditioning season the humidity level in the air ducts rises and your dirty HVAC system is now ripe for mold growth!
Mold will grow and reproduce in dirty, cool, dark, moist, air ducts and spew out spores and likely toxins (mycotoxins) that are bad news for anyone’s health and may have long term consequences. Best practice is a clean, no leak, properly sized HVAC system and air ducts with filter fresh air ventilation and of course the right furnace filter(s).
Our “tight” modern homes are NOT designed to “breath” and tight homes without effective ventilation allow levels of chemicals to build up in our homes making the air a “toxic soup” of dust and chemicals. The chemicals originate from many sources, such as building material, carpets, also cleaning and personal care products.
Bottom line: “tight Homes” are energy efficiency, which is necessary yet inhaling a toxic-dust-soup is not good.
Adding Ventilation and Carbon Filters to your HVAC system is a solution to indoor air pollution.
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- Maximize your energy efficiency and the lifespan of your AC unit by replacing your HVAC filters on a regular basis. Whatever size you need in your home, we have you covered with an expansive selection of standard, hard-to-find, and custom sizes. Enjoy the following features when you purchase HVAC air filters with Factory Direct.
- 100% synthetic media
- High filtration efficiency
- Options of 1, 2, and 4-inch depths
- MERV 6, 8, 11, and 13 available
- Radial wedge pleat configuration for optimal pollutant-holding capacity
- Heavy duty frame with moisture-resistance
Why Buy FilterBuy Air Filters?
FilterBuy filters are designed to last up to 90 days, 3 times longer than fiberglass filters. If you have pets, kids, or allergy sufferers in your home or business, replace your filters more often to maintain superior indoor air quality and keep your energy costs low.
MADE IN THE USA
All air filters are manufactured by FilterBuy in the USA using 100% American made components. By purchasing directly from the manufacturer, you’re saving big on a premium product.
Pleated air filters are at least 20 times more efficient than fiberglass filters. Filter frames are made of beverage board, which stays strong through humidity and temperatures up to 200° F. Synthetic media provides significantly higher particulate efficiency than standard cotton media.
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Is it Time to Change Your Filter?
Generally, we recommend you replace your air filters every 90 days. Find out below if you should change your filters more often.
If you have pets…Change your filter every 2 months to avoid shedding and odor buildup.
If you have young children…Change your filter every 1 – 2 months, as having clean air is even more important with children in your home.
If someone in your home has asthma and/or allergies…Change your filter every 6 weeks to ensure indoor air quality is at its best.
If you have sickness… Change your filter every month to reduce potential for cross contamination.
If you have chemical odors… Change your filter every month to reduce carbon saturation.
INDOOR AIR QUALITY
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