Our Southeast customers rely on their air conditioners to keep cool and comfortable all summer long, but what happens when your unit keeps shutting off? Here are some signs to watch out for and what you can do about them.
Air filters protect you and your family while enabling your air comfort system to work at its most efficient. Filters will improve your indoor air quality by capturing large allergens as well as traps micro-allergen particles like pet dander, mold spores, dust mites and fungus. Furnace filters and air conditioning filters promote healthy living and are perfect for pet lovers and allergy sufferers.
It is important that you replace air filters on a regular basis to keep your air conditioner is running efficiently. We offer a large selection of home air filters in all sizes, custom and hard-to-find sizes. When purchasing an AC filter, remember that the higher the MERV, the better the protection. Higher MERV filters accomplish all the benefits of lower MERV filters, in addition to their targeted protection area of your breathing zones. Scented air filters and other air filter accessories are also available to enhance your air system.
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Protect your home with brands such as Lysol’s Triple Protection Air Filters, the first air filter certified asthma & allergy friendly™ by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Lysol home air filters trap at least 95 percent of pollen, 92 percent of dust mite allergens, and 85 percent of pet dander. Lysol Triple Protection Air Filters feature three levels of protection to trap pollutants and allergens, neutralize odors and inhibit the growth of some bacteria on the filter.
Lysol filters are engineered to work better and last longer than your average filter (per published and independent lab test results). Lysol filters are built like commercial air filters using a two-piece frame which makes them sturdier and more reliable. The ultra-high capacity, wire-backed media provides plenty of material to trap what you do not want to breathe.