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Consider Electronic When It Comes To Minneapolis Air Conditioning Filters

Electronic Minneapolis Air Conditioning FilterIf you’ve got your ducks all in a row before summer hits, you will have changed your Minneapolis air conditioning filters, knowing that you’ll save money and cool your home more efficiently with a clean filter.  And while you’ve no doubt measured and fitted a disposable filter for your air conditioner, we’ve got another suggestion to ramp up your savings and reduce your carbon footprint even more.  Ready?

Consider getting an electronic Minneapolis air conditioning filter!

While it does need electricity to operate, that extra boost of power helps electronic air conditioning filters attract dust and grime more powerfully. In fact, electronic air filters can trap up to 95% of airborne contaminants, greatly reducing indoor air pollution.

How They Work:

Electronic air filters are installed directly to the HVAC duct system, allowing the recirculated air to pass through. The device is fitted with a mesh pre-filter that attracts larger debris such as lint and pet hair which is pulled in by a fan. At the same time, an ionizer charges bacteria and viruses, causing them to stick to the collection plate — and removing them from your indoor air.

These filters are easily cleaned by simply removing them from your unit and hosing them down.  Electronic Minneapolis air conditioning filters do cost more up-front but they save you time and money on the back-end because they alleviate the replacement routine of installing new disposable filters every 3 to 6 months.

Probably the best reason for installing an electronic air filter is the protection it provides for those suffering from allergies or asthma. Indoor air pollution is a serious problem — the EPA lists it as one of the top five environmental health risks — but the high level of filtration an electronic filter provides keeps the air healthier.

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