February 04, 2014

It's Time to Change (Y)our Filtrete Air Filters by 3M

It's that time again.  Time to change our Filtrete Air Filters by 3M.  I know it was late Summer last time I reminded you to change your filter.  Remember this post.  Well, it's time again.  Now that we've gone from Summer heat to Winter's cold, our families are staying inside more what better time to highlight some ways to reduce impurities in your home.

Utilize Filtration Tools to Reduce Impurities
  • Install a Filtrete Healthy Living furnace filter from 3M, which uses electrostatic technology to trap more indoor air pollutants, such as dust, pollen, dust mites, pet dander and other particulates.
  • Use your HVAC system as a whole-house air purifier by running it on the fan setting when it is not being used for heating or cooling.
  • Exploit the natural filtration properties of houseplants. They create oxygen by absorbing carbon dioxide along with benzene, formaldehyde and other harmful chemicals. Plants such as English ivy, spider plant, philodendron, mum, rubber plant and weeping fig are common houseplants recognized for their filtering abilities
There are so many more benefits to replacing your air filters and Filtrete Air Filters by 3M are nationally recognized as the best.  We change our filters regularly and have noticed substantial savings in our electric bills as a result.  Have questions?  Check out the Filtrete website or ask your HVAC technician about Filtrete Air Filters by 3M.  Our HVAC tech highly recommended Filtrete Air Filters by 3M.

For more information on Filtrete Air Filters by 3M:
  • Click here to visit Filtrete Filters by 3M website
  •  Follow @Filtrete on Twitter
  • "Like" Filtrete Filters by 3M Facebook page

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Filtrete Filters by 3M. I received a year's supply of Filtrete Filters by 3M in exchange for this review. No monetary compensation was received. The views expressed below are mine. Many thanks to Mom It Forward for this opportunity. Opinions are my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. The opinions expressed above are mine. 

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