FAQ

  • How can we contact Clean Filter?

    Very easy, just click on the link below and one of our friendly customer representatives will gladly reach out to you. Click here to Contact us

  • What size filter do I need?

    There are three easy ways of getting your filter size. One if you have a current filter that is an exact fit, most of the times they will have dimensions written on the side. Second, if it does not have the dimensions written on it, you can measure the length and width of the filter.

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    Third option, if your current filter is not an exact fit, measuring the length and width of the inside tray of your unit where the filter is typically placed can also help in getting the dimensions.

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  • Where can I find my air filters?

    The location of your A/C and furnace filters can vary and are often found in multiple locations. The filters may be located at returns on a wall, ceiling, floor, but most commonly they are found within the HVAC system itself. If you have any questions about finding your air filters, click here to Contact us

  • How often should air filters be replaced?

    If you use your air or heating unit constantly on a daily basis, it is recommended to change your filter every month. If you use your HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air, Conditioning) unit less often then replace your filters every 2 – 3 months.

  • What is indoor air polution?

    Indoor air pollution refers to the quality of the air within your home or business. It relates to common pollutants indoors such dust particles that can aggravate allergies and asthma. Replacing your filters monthly will help in eliminating allergens from your home.

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  • How can I lower my energy bill?

    A dirty air filter makes your HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air, Conditioning) fan motor work harder and consume more energy. By replacing your air filters regularly is one of the easiest way to reduce your energy bill and also helping you breath cleaner air.

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