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As the weather starts to cool down, are you considering turning on your furnace or air conditioner? Great, but before you do, you may want to consider replacing your outdated, filthy air filter with a new HEPA filter.

HEPA filters are designed to remove 99.97-percent of airborne particles, making them an excellent choice for sufferers of flu symptoms or asthma.

Also, HEPA filters can help to improve the air quality in your home and reduce your energy bills. With electric heating and cooling systems, a HEPA filter can also help extend the lifespan by preventing dust and dirt from build-up. Keeping the component clean is also extremely helpful if you suffer from flu symptoms like I do. I’ve had evenings where I couldn’t stop sneezing, and I had to get out of bed to clean the filter in the middle of the evening. It isn’t a fun job. Imagine doing it at 4 a.m., when you just went to sleep a short time before. I will never go back to a normal filter again for our HVAC system after that evening. With so many benefits, it’s no wonder that HEPA filters are becoming increasingly popular. So, if it’s time for a new air filter, choose a HEPA filter for your home. You and your family will be glad you did, and you will entirely save a lot of money on tissues from not having to blow your nose all of the time. Just imagine the HEPA filter as a tissue for your heating and cooling system.


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