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20" X 20" X 1" Low-Resistance, Electrostatic Permanent Washable Filter
Heating and air conditioning filters work to remove the tiny foreign particles that are present in your indoor air supply. Unfiltered air contains harsh contaminants that could act as hazards to your health and home. Tiny microbes such as dust, pollen, and other foreign substances can enter your home and air system running this risk of building up in your filtration system and causing potential health problems in your residential or commercial spaces. Integrating a 20x20x1 air filter in your system can greatly reduce the occurrence of foreign particulate in your air supply and provide your space with clean, healthy air.
The 20x20x1 air filter removes tiny particles found in the air supply by utilizing a special filter media to trap and capture the tiny microbes. This filter media removes foreign particulate and allows fresh, clean air to pass through safely throughout the air filtration system in your residential or commercial space. The 20x20x1 air filter can efficiently improve the air quality in your space and has a number of other benefits. By using a 20x20x1 air conditioner filter in your system, energy costs can be reduced while providing safe, clean, and healthy air to your indoor air supply.
In order to keep your system running at peak capacity, it is important to make routine filter changes. As time goes on, more and more foreign particulate passes through your filtration system. As this particulate begins to build up on the filter media, it has the tendency to restrict the air flow that can pass through. This can be a detriment to the efficiency of your air system and can lead to increased energy costs and other hazards. To combat this, routine air conditioner filter changes are recommended every six months to prevent potential problems and ensuring that your indoor air quality is safe, clean, and pathogen free.
Save Your Furnace Tip #8:
If you have a 6-month filter, schedule your filter changes when daylight savings changes. When you "spring forward" or "fall back" setting clocks around the house, change your filter at the same time.