Getting an exact fit is crucial to having an effective air filter - the wrong size won't fit and will cause the filter to stop working properly. To ensure you get the right fit, take your current air filter out and check the size printed on the frame. And if you need a custom sized filter, The Home Depot has you covered. We also offer an air filter subsciption. Check out some air filters that are air filter subscription eligible.
There is absolutely no mention of insurance on the website. I even read the customer documents and saw nothing about it. This doesn't mean there is no insurance option. I just did not get to go through with the reservation process, so it's entirely possible you can purchase insurance with Door to Door. But most competitors at least offer some information about insurance - at the very least whether it's available - on the website, so it does not bode well.
That’s what comes to mind for most people when you mention a filter in a house. One of the first things you should do when taking possession of a house is to change the furnace filter. Think about it – it’s got other people’s dust and dander on it. Start fresh. Write down the size and note which way it’s installed. With some filters it matters which direction the air is flowing, so don’t get it backwards. Check your furnace manual to be sure what you should have. Most large hardware/home stores carry the standard sizes. Replace it at the start of each heating season, at least. If you have central air conditioning, this filter will be catching stuff year round. Check it monthly and change it if it looks dirty.
In addition, most of the country (210 million Americans), now have their municipal water fluoridated without the consent of the homeowner. Fluoride is a nasty chemical derived from the fertilizer industry as a waste product from its manufacturing process. All of these chemicals have been shown to have deleterious health effects including reduced IQ in children.
Mechanical air filters remove dust by capturing it on the filter medium, the material that makes up the filter element. A mechanical air filter is any type of dry media filter. All of the throwaway air filters used in HVAC systems and Air Handlers are mechanical air filters. Any man made or natural fiber filter is a mechanical air filter. This includes HEPA air filters as well. Source
We offer the high-performance, ANSI/NSF tested and California certified CB Tech Water Filters Water Filters, the top-rated water filter by Consumer Reports. These quality filter systems are Made in the USA and ANSI/NSF tested and certified for Standards 42 & 53 to remove Chlorine, Chloramine, VOC's, PCBs, Lindane, Silvex, MTBE Chloroform, 2,4-D, Lead and other heavy metals, Giardia, Cryptosporidium and Pesticides, Fertilizers, Xylenes and many more unpronounceable organic compounds. Some models of CB Tech water filters will also even filter out Arsenic. And for the most difficult water treatment situations, we also offer Reverse Osmosis Systems that remove the broadest spectrum of contaminants. And don't forget NSF Standard 177 Certified Shower Filters, available in both hand held and shower head shower filters by Sprite and Rainshow'r.