Lennox Air Filters
Your indoor air supply is filled with contaminants that can potentially damage your health and home. Protect yourself from particles such as dust, pollen, pet dander and other microbes that can trigger respiratory problems such as allergies and asthma by using a Lennox air conditioner filter to provide your indoor space with clean, healthy, and pathogen-free air.
Lennox furnace air filters utilize a special particle-grabbing filter media to prevent tiny particulate from entering your indoor environment. As air passes through your heating and cooling system, the filter media captures undesirable particles and allows clean, fresh air to pass through. Along with providing clean, healthy air to your residential or commercial workspace, Lennox air conditioner filters can bring about a number of other potential benefits to your home or workspace. Reduced energy costs, improved health benefits, and an efficiently running air filtration system can all be achieved simply by integrating Lennox furnace air filters into your furnace or air conditioner system.
To ensure that your HVAC system is running efficiently, your Lennox air conditioner filter should be changed routinely. The longer the filter is in place within your heating and cooling system, the more foreign particulate that it encounters. The particulate will begin to build upon the filter media, restricting the amount of air flow that can pass through the filter media. This restricted air flow can cause a number of problems for your indoor environment. If a filter is not changed routinely, energy costs can begin to rise, the air quality will begin to degrade, and your HVAC system can be damaged. To ensure that your commercial or residential space is provided with clean, healthy, pathogen-free air, your Lennox air conditioner filter should be changed every six months.
Refrigerator Water Filter Tip #3:
When a new refrigerator filter is installed, there may be some sputtering and spitting of water while air is forced out of the filter media. This is normal and will stop after the carbon media becomes saturated with water.