Today we discuss furnace filters, a crucial topic for maintaining air quality and energy efficiency in Michigan homes. We review the different types of filters available, such as pleated, fiberglass, electrostatic, HEPA, activated carbon, and UV filters, and how they can be used to capture different types and sizes of airborne particles. We also discussed the importance of choosing the right filter size, MERV rating, and quality of construction to ensure optimal performance and longevity. Ultimately, selecting the right furnace filter for your home can improve your family’s health, comfort, and energy savings, so choosing wisely is essential.
Getting a new furnace means you can finally get rid of that old, inefficient model costing you a fortune in energy bills. It means your home will be warm and comfortable when preparing for winter. In this article, we’ll tell you the five things you can expect from a furnace installation process so that you can be prepared.