It’s summertime and the living is easy, except when it comes to the high cost of cooling your home day after day after day. At FiltersFast.com, we have a few tips and tricks to help you lower your monthly energy bill! Making sure your outside HVAC unit is working efficiently is paramount when it comes to lowering the cost of cooling your home. If you can’t remember the … [Read more...] about Don’t Let High A/C Bills Ruin Your Summer
After we got refrigerator filter figured out, it was on to the next thing: find out where our air filter is and change it! One thing you need to know about my husband and me is that we both have horrible allergies. Plus, we also have a 90-pound golden who sheds like crazy. Because of these things, we knew that we had to find a filter that met our filtration priorities: an … [Read more...] about New Homeowner Series: Air Filters
Did you know that it is recommended that you change your home’s air filter every 3 months? Air filters are often out of sight and out of mind, so this 3-month recommendation is the maximum replacement period for changing your air filter. If you want to get serious about air quality in your home, we recommend checking your filter at least once a month and changing it as needed. … [Read more...] about Spring Cleaning: Air Filter Edition
Have you ever wondered why you have to change your air filter regularly? Here are a few reasons why changing your air filter at least every 90 days is so important. Changing your air filter is a home maintenance task that is often overlooked because It’s hidden, it’s not something we see every day The effects of not changing your filter are not obvious You might … [Read more...] about Why Change Your Air Filter?
Need a replacement air filter? There’s a lot of talk about actual vs nominal measurements for filters and we’re here to help clear up any questions you may have. Actual measurement: The measurement you get when you measure the filter yourself (Usually will include ¾ and ½ sizes). Nominal measurement: The measurement printed on the side of the filter (Rounded up to … [Read more...] about Understanding Nominal and Actual Measurements for Filters