350 lbs CO2 Per Year
$150 Savings Per Year
AIR FILTERS can be a great way to improve air quality at home, but you can save energy and keep them running efficiently by cleaning them regularly! Air filters such as the 30×30 ones are so good for your air system that proper maintenance may mean less pollution in your home, meaning the air quality will help keep away allergies and any illness that may be going around. If you do not have an air conditioning unit, you may want to look at getting one, your indoor air quality will be a whole lot better with the air filters (as previously mentioned), and in the warmer seasons, it will help your home remain cool and keep from any heat/moisture damage, and any smog that may come in if you are living within a city. Some people that live in a ground floor apartment or house opt for Sub Floor Ventilation to improve the air quality within the home as it can be more beneficial in the long run.
According to the EPA, levels of air pollution inside the home can be 2 to 5 times higher (and sometimes as much as 100 times highter ) than outdoor levels. Air filters are a good way to help improve air quality at home, but they can be real energy hogs when not maintained! One important action you can take at home to save energy is to clean your air filters regularly – whether they be furnace filters, AC air filters, or air purifier filters, they all need to be cleaned or replaced regularly. Did you know that you can save up to 350lbs. of CO2, and $150 per year at home by simply keeping air filters clean? Protect the air quality in your home in and out – filter efficiently!
Replacement costs vary widely from $5-$120 by type; simply cleaning your filters, however, is free!