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brisar 51,007 124,481 July 21, 2016 at 02:45 AM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 07-21-2016 by Discombobulated at 05:23 AM View Original Post
Home Depot.com has select 4-Pack Honeywell Allergen Plus Pleated FPR 7 Air Filters (variouis sizes) on sale listed below. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alterative option. Thanks brisar

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Popular air filters to replace for your home/work/etc. Offer valid only for July 21, 2016 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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Edited July 21, 2016 at 05:02 AM by jersharocks
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#3
Great, get two. Big Grin
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#4
just checked the Google and FPR 7 is Merv 11. very nice deal
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#5
perfect timing. I was time to replace the ones I purchased last time this deal was run. Thanks OP!
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My HVAC installer recommended to use basic filter like http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rheem-20-in-x-20-in-Basic-Household-Pleated-FPR-4-Air-Filter-3-Pack-Case-of-4-64300-012020/203225779?keyword=031949488741 [homedepot.com] and replace every 30-60 days.

The thicker or higher PFR/MERV rated filters add a lot of stress on the newer high efficiency HVAC systems. He said that it is better for your HVAC (replacing filters more frequently) and your wallet (per unit cost is cheaper and you do not have to wait for any sale).

Note: My HVAC is 2 years old.
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Last edited by liamtoh1 July 21, 2016 at 06:16 AM
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these are great for burning up your furnace fan! believe me, I know... too much restriction for my system and cooked the 350 dollar variable speed motor.
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the 20x20 is great for DIY, Box fan Air filter..
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Quote from liamtoh1 View Post :
My HVAC installer recommended to use basic filter like http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rheem-20-in-x-20-in-Basic-Household-Pleated-FPR-4-Air-Filter-3-Pack-Case-... [homedepot.com] and replace every 30-60 days.

The thicker or higher PFR/MERV rated filters add a lot of stress on the newer high efficiency HVAC systems. He said that it is better for your HVAC (replacing filters more frequently) and your wallet (per unit cost is cheaper and you do not have to wait for any sale)
This is very true for older Air Handlers (like mine). The newer ones with ECM motors are much better at pulling air through these filters and they don't mind. My 30 year old trane gets a cheapie every 30-45 days depending on how dirty it is. My new system will probably get MERV 8 at least to improve air quality.
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I was going to post this. This is not the best past deals on filters but still good.
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Quote from liamtoh1 View Post :
My HVAC installer recommended to use basic filter like http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rheem-20-in-x-20-in-Basic-Household-Pleated-FPR-4-Air-Filter-3-Pack-Case-of-4-64300-012020/203225779?keyword=031949488741 [homedepot.com] and replace every 30-60 days.

The thicker or higher PFR/MERV rated filters add a lot of stress on the newer high efficiency HVAC systems. He said that it is better for your HVAC (replacing filters more frequently) and your wallet (per unit cost is cheaper and you do not have to wait for any sale).

Note: My HVAC is 2 years old.
The cheapie allow better air flow. The pleated ones choke the HVAC suction motor too much, resulting in shorter life.
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#12
Deal happens every 3 months like clockwork.

I must remember:"Storing excess also cost money!"
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#13
They don't have my size 16x18. I've been told by numerous HVAC techs that these expensive filters aren't worth it because they greatly reduce airflow to your home. He said its best to go with the $3-4 filters and replace every 30 days.
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Great deal! Thanks!
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The cheapie allow better air flow. The pleated ones choke the HVAC suction motor too much, resulting in shorter life.
shake head I think you are wrong. The pleated one has more area for the air to flow through. IF you flatten out the 12x12 filter will become 12x20, so more area for air flow through. It is just expensive filters are more fine or thicker, that meant it filters more dust but harder for air pass through per sq inch.
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