What's in your air?
Better air filters mean better air for you and your family. Airborne contaminants in your home come from a variety of places - some from the outside, and others from inside sources like pets, carpeting, and dust. Many of these particles can be irritants or allergens that are hazardous to your health.
How often should I change my filter?
For every visible particle trapped in your filter, there are as many as 100 that you cannot see. If not stopped, these particles will seep through your system and back into your air. Make sure to check your filters for buildup every 30 days and replace as needed.
Finding the right filter.
Many factors determine the air quality of your home, so it's important to find the filter that meets your needs. Whether you're worried about dust, pet dander, pollen or other pollutants, we'll help you find the right air filter to improve your indoor air quality.
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