Brand: Filter King Filter size: 19.75x22x1 Actual Size: (19.75 X 22 X 1) 1-Inch Thick Filter MERV 8 Filter Rating Protection From: Pollen, Dust, Mold, Dust Mites, Bacteria, Pet Dander, Smoke, Viruses Residential / Commercial Use
Filter King 19.75x22x1 size air filters go into air systems to keep incoming airflow free of harmful particles. The filters consist of ergonomically designed mesh weaving that allows airflow to pass through while at the same time cleaning it of irritants. The cleaner the air, the higher you home indoor air quality and the more safe it is to breathe inside of your home. The air filters will continue to do their job as long as they can, but over time they begin to become more and more dirty. Dirty air filters are an inevitable issue that need resolution before they begin to affect your home.
The air systems throughout your home have no actual way to tell the good airflow apart from the bad. The air surrounding your home may have all kinds of allergens and pollutants floating around, being pumped in by your air systems. Your air filters clean the incoming airflow free of harmful particles so that they do not pollute your home. The filters become dirty in the process and cause a series of issues that affect your systems and home billing. New air filters will help you avoid unnecessary costs over time.
Your home will need to have its filters frequently replaced in order to avoid affecting a home when they become dirty. Filter King provides new 19.75x22x1 size air filters for the air systems in your home. Our filters are usable upon arrival, and we also ship out orders of two or more for free. There is also a subscription option to have new filters delivered as often as monthly. The filters rate as an eight on the MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) scale. The rating indicates our filters ability to block out harmful particles like:
Filter King furnace air filters fit into the system to keep passing airflow clean and preventing the pollution of the system. The furnace filters in a system work at a constant rate, and eventually become dirty as all filters tend to do. Dirty furnace air filters create a problem with airflow, which is worse considering that it is heated airflow. This leads to problems with temperatures that may cause mechanical damage and heating fluctuations over time.