Splash Press Release (Press Release) – Aug 09, 2012
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Jose Carbo, Founder
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Your AC Filter May Be Deceiving You This Summer
Do you see dust on your furniture two or three days after cleaning?
Where does all this dust come from? Some say from the outside air. But according to the EPA the indoor air quality in your home may be more hazardous than the outdoor air.
Your ac unit inside your home is called the air handler. It is like a huge vacuum cleaner that sucks up all the air from your home or office every time it turns on. Along with the air it pulls comes all the dust particles that are in the air. These particles and dust are transporters of germs and unwanted debris.
Looking at the dirty ac filter, you assume it must of captured all the dust. But where did the dust you saw on your furniture two or three days after cleaning come from? It is the dust that your AC filter did not catch.
“A lot of people are amazed at how little a typical fiberglass filter as purchased at the grocery store will not catch,” Mr. Carbo said. “Frankly, you might as well not be using a filter for all the good those things do.”
Get a new, clean filter. Pour salt on the filter and gently shake it. Does the salt go through? If it does, then just imaging how much dust, which is thinner than salt, is getting through.
And most importantly CHANGE YOUR AC FILTER EVERY MONTH.
For more information visit www.thefilterclub.com or call 1-800-961-5343