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Freedom from Changing Your Filter

Posted by Erik Sternberger at

Sometimes it feels like we had just changed our filters when we get an alert that it's time to change them again. (You did sign up for our alert, right?)Now, if you don't want to have to worry about ever changing your filter again, you do have options. You could just wash your filter.The Ever-Flow® Lightning® Mechano-Static® Lifetime MERV 8 Air Filter is a lifetime filter that replaces the need to change out your filters saving you money in the long run, and a whole bunch of filters or several trips to the store (or the internet. *cough* filter-guru.com *cough*). All you have to...

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Hot Hot Hot

Posted by Erik Sternberger at

Can you believe we're already 5 months into 2019? We're about to enter the hottest months of the year, so now would be a great time to change your filter before your AC has to work too hard. 

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A Fine Dusting of Pollen

Posted by Erik Sternberger at

The weather has been so nice lately—now that it has finally stopped raining—so I wanted to eat dinner outside last night, but our entire metal patio table was coated in yellow dust. At first, I was afraid that the winter cover had leaked and it had rusted until I realized that it was pollen. Imagine this COVERED in pollen. But, apparently not before I had touched my eye, which became a race against time to get my contact out before my eye was swollen shut. Luckily for me, I had recently changed our home's filter with a nice MERV 11, so...

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The Results are In!

Posted by Erik Sternberger at

We asked and you answered. We asked you what temperature you keep your house at in the winter, and the answer could not be more clear as almost half of you keep your house under 70 degrees. A stat I will show my wife, but a battle I know I will lose.We're glad most of you keep your thermostat in the eco range! I don't need to tell you that you are getting the most out of your furnace and your bill. For the 5% of you that picked 78 degrees, we hope that you were either kidding or maybe you've got money...

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Finding the Temperature of the Room

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We're working on a future blog post and we're looking for a little data from you, first. Create your own user feedback survey

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