Many new energy efficient homes come with HRV’s. These provide a source of fresh filtered air into the house and exhaust the stale air. Most route the air in and out of the furnace ducting. HRV’s have several filters including sponge sheets as well as the corrugated core. Vacuuming or washing with soap and water usually does the trick – follow the instructions in the owner’s manual. Sometimes instructions are labelled inside the unit too. These filters are very important for air quality in today’s newer, tighter houses.
We offer water filters as both under sink water filters and counter top water filters by CB Tech, rated #1 by Consumer Reports and all CB Tech water filters are Made in the USA. Our selection of the finest HEPA air purifiers by IQAir HealthPro and HealthPro Plus air purifiers, AustinAir HealthMate air cleaners and Blueair air purifiers are the top-rated by Consumers Digest and the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM). Add a necessity for your shower and have healthy hair and skin. We carry shower filters in both hand held and shower head styles and all NSF Certified to reduce chlorine, chlorine compounds, odors, sediment and more from your shower. We offer Furnace and HVAC Filters in thicknesses of 1", 2" and 4" in every size to fit your needs. Equivalent to 3M Filtrete and Honeywell, these furnace filters are also available with an additional gas and odor removing carbon filter layer. Our refrigerator water filters are as good or better than Original Equipment at a fraction of the cost.
Fiberglass air filters are very thin and they have a simple flat panel surface for trapping particles from the air. They were originally developed to protect your heating and air conditioning equipment, not to improve your indoor air quality. They can often be purchased for less than $1 apiece. Unfortunately, they remove less than 10% of the air pollutants from your home. They have a MERV rating between 1 and 4.
Okay, I get it. Door to Door does not serve the entire country in the way a company like U-Haul does, nor does it go abroad even to places, such as our neighbor Canada. That's fine. But the website suggested it did provide moving services for New York City and Orlando and their surrounding areas. Fort Lee, NJ, the starting point for this hypothetical move, is literally home to the George Washington Bridge, which links the Garden State to Manhattan. Manhattan and the Bronx, which is even closer to Fort Lee, are both listed as moving destinations for Door to Door. In fact, U-Haul was possibly going to make the warehouse for my stuff be its Bronx location. So, Door to Door seems small potatoes if it can't provide service in a part of northern New Jersey that is as close to NYC as my town is.