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Considering a filter upgrade or just want to compare the different types available? Check out this chart comparing the most common filter types available to home owners.

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This newly designed return air filter has an additional edge which helps to reduce bypass air by creating a tighter seal around the perimeter of the filter. The force of the air passing through the filter helps to pull it into place and create the tighter seal.

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Replacement Honeywell furnace filters are available from many manufacturers. One of the most common misconceptions about air cleaning equipment is that you have to buy your replacement filters from the same manufacturer that supplied the original equipment and Honeywell is a perfect example of this misconception. You can purchase your Honeywell replacement air filter from Read More

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Activated carbon filters are one of your best options for controlling odors in your home. These filters are also commonly used in commercial and industrial applications to remove odors and gases.

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Before getting into details about hepa air filters it is important to first answer a commonly asked question regarding the word HEPA. What does hepa stand for? HEPA is an acronym which stands for High Efficiency Particulate Arrestance. Another definition commonly used is High Efficient Particulate Air but this definition is less accurate and really Read More

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Media filter pads are a great option for those who are unable to use pleated filters. They provide low resistance to air flow and have a very high dust loading capacity. They are a big improvement over fiberglass media type filters.

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Dust mites are one of the most common allergens in our homes and can cause serious problems for those with allergies. An efficient air filter can help to reduce the amount of dust mite allergens in the air.

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