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Furnace Filters That Improve Indoor Air Quality

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You can pick up the replacement furnace filters you need for your specific unit. It’s well worth the small investment to keep your air clean and your HVAC equipment safe.

How Often Should You Change Your Furnace Filters?

Depending on your home variables such as how many people live in the household, pets, surrounding areas such as construction sites, and depending on your existing filtration system, you may need to be changing your filter monthly, quarterly, twice a year, or yearly. We offer reasonable prices to facilitate the frequent changes.
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What are You Risking When You Neglect your Furnace Filters?

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Furnace filter replacement in Oakville and Burlington having a plugged filter will result in a “no heat” situation in the winter and a “no cooling” situation in the summer, meaning there will be little or no airflow from the furnace into your home. A furnace filter is a home air purifier meant to take the dust out of the air flowing in your home and improve indoor air quality. If the filter is clogged with dust the furnace works harder trying to get the air out and circulating in your home.

The longer and harder the furnace works, the faster it will burn out and the higher your utility bills will be. Imagine your own airwaves being cut off and you had to breathe through a straw.  Your breathing becomes extremely difficult.  This would be the same scenario as your furnace.  A neglected and dirty furnace filter wreaks havoc on your heating and air conditioning system.

Types of Furnace Filters and the MERV Rating

Types of furnace filters include electrostatic filters, permanent washable filters, pleated filters, disposable 1” throw-away filters and media filters.

MERV stands for Minimum Efficiency Rating Value. The higher the MERV rating, the smaller the particle size that it can collect. How often you should change them depends on the type of filter.

Contact us if you have any questions about filters.
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