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Home Depot has 12-Pack Arm & Hammer Odor Allergen & Pet Dander Control Air Filters (Various Sizes) on sale for $54.45. Shipping is free, otherwise you may select free store pickup. Thanks thegrimreaper3

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every time there is a HVAC filter deal this type of misinformation gets posted. these filters per unit are more restrictive BUT they have significantly higher TOTAL surface area (Due to all of the pleating) making the difference negligible. actual data shows total airflow is reduced by less than 5%. in some cases the better filters had MORE total airflow than cheaper filters.so get the better filter if you need it.

everyone also always forgets that while the PRIMARY function of these filters is to filter the air you breathe, the SECONDARY function is to filter the air you evap coils see. dirt buildup on the evap coils shortens the life of your HVAC since they have to work harder (It reduces air contact with the coils). so a better filter will make your HVAC system last longer.

http://www.homeenergy.org/UserFil...big(1).jpg

actual quote from the test results:


Do high-MERV filters reduce air flow?
Over the range of filters tested, there was no such correlation between air flow and filter MERV rating
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These are cheap as crap. Do not buy these. Too good to be true with this brand!!!!
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Thanks. I'm looking for something 10+. I'll pass on this for now.
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Isn't this is the cheap made brand?
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These are cheap as crap. Do not buy these. Too good to be true with this brand!!!!
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I'd recommend in store pickup. The two times I've gotten HD furnace filters, the box has been crushed and a few are unusable.
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Maybe I got lucky but I ordered these last time they were this price and have been very pleased. They work as well as other brands 🤷🏼 ♀️
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Be careful as these can restrict air flow. I installed these in the winter and it made my heater repeatedly do its safety shut off when temps reached 71 degrees.

Had to install the el cheapos to be back to normal
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I got these last sale they had, box arrived fine (not crushed). As for quality I would have to give a slight nod to the Filtrete 3M brand from Lowe's that have similar merv rating. I change them out every 200 hours of runtime on my unit and seem to work well.
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Be careful as these can restrict air flow. I installed these in the winter and it made my heater repeatedly do its safety shut off when temps reached 71 degrees.

Had to install the el cheapos to be back to normal
Furnaces are still designed to use the most basic fiberglass filters. Any air flow rates are based off of this as well. Using anything else starts restricting the air flow; the better the filter, the more restriction.
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I used to have 20x20 until I purchased a new air conditioner...now it's 20x22. I can't seem to find any deals for 20x22...anyone know of a good source for these filters?
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Just add a 2 inch by 20 inch piece of wood or similar with good duct tape to the filter and now you can use 20X20X1. Or buy a size (20x25x1) bigger and cut it to 20x20x1.
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Be careful as these can restrict air flow. I installed these in the winter and it made my heater repeatedly do its safety shut off when temps reached 71 degrees.

Had to install the el cheapos to be back to normal
My HVAC guy said the same thing. The higher end filters restrict air flow and make my aircon work too hard.
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