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Select your filter’s thickness:

1” or 2”

3” or more

Why finding the right thickness of filter is important.

Ensuring that your filter fits properly in your HVAC system means making sure that you have not only the right length and width, but also thickness of your filter. Most standard air filters are 1 - 2 inches in thickness. Whereas media filters are typically 3 to 5 inches in thickness. The best way to measure your air filter size is to get out the measuring tape and measure it directly.

Regularly replacing your air filter will help improve the efficiency and longevity of your furnace.

A dirty filter in your HVAC system will raise your energy bills. A dirty filter restricts the air flow into your HVAC systems air handler, causing it to work harder to cool or heat your home.

A dirty clogged filter can restrict HVAC airflow and potentially cause problems with the system. They also cease to filter allergens and other particulates out of your air.

Dirty, unchanged filters can make your HVAC system fail completely. Repairing a broken HVAC system can end up costing you a pretty penny.

...or find your filter by brand

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  • American Standard Air Filters
  • Carrier Air Filters
  • Honeywell Filters
  • Bryant Air Filters
  • Goodman Air Filters
  • Trane Air Filters
  • GeneralAire Air Filters
  • Lennox Air Filters
  • Space-Gard Air Filters
  • Skuttle Media Filters
  • White Rodgers Air Filters
  • Dynamic Air Cleaner Refills

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Save Your Furnace Tip #4:

MERV stands for Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value, and measures a filtersí efficiency in removing small particles. The higher the MERV rating, the more particles the filter can remove.