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Just wanted to tell you how happy I am with the air filters thus far. I am really noticing a decrease in dust around the house - it is a noticeable difference. (And this even without adding extra weatherstripping around the edges.)
I was skeptical before our purchase but I’m now a convert. Just thought you’d like to know.
Indeed, the filters seem to be working great so far! They seem to be a tad more restrictive than my previous reusable filter, but that one also didn’t have the filtering quality these have. As many people may not know, these filters aren’t really to prevent dust through the house just for our health and breathing quality, they are also for the health and safety of the system. More dust means more problems like collection on the blower causing it to be off balance. More dust on the coil, in the winter, can lead to unpleasant and sometimes unsafe conditions. I’ve noticed less dust pass-through, which in turn becomes that nasty smell you get when turning on the heat in the winter. In the summer, if your coil is clogged with dust, the air won’t flow freely through the fins and cool your house to full capability. I’ve also recently and unintentionally experienced what will happen if you don’t change your filter on a hot Texas summer day. We all know clogged filters prevent airflow, but what many don’t know is the coil needs that incoming warmer air to keep it from freezing over. The more clogged the filter becomes, the slower the rate of convection across the coil. Progressively, the coil will continue to chill, and there won’t be any air to dissipate the chilled coil. The coil will then become encased in a block of ice, and the house will get hotter and hotter. Not only is this unpleasant, but if not taken care of soon, you will cause thousands of dollars in damage to the system. The compressor and valves are examples of the casualties that will follow. As the pressure builds up on the expansion side, the gas will slowly form into liquid and will damage the valves as they attempt to pass back into the high pressure compression liquid side. There are worse cases that could cause this icing (ie: a leak), but checking the filter coil be the most often and common cause.Change your filters regularly!
I received the new filters yesterday. I pulled the old filter out this morning and vacuumed around the area to clean out all of the dirt and dust before I installed a new one. I was very impressed with how the new filters fit. The new filters fit flush to the opening which eliminates any gaps and chance that dirt and dust could blow by which the normal filters could not do. They have a snug fit and do not slide around. I am very excited to see how well they perform over the next two months. I will let you know.
Have a great day.