Brand: Filter King Filter size: 19x20x1 Actual Size: (19 X 20 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 19x20x1 size air filters are tools your home air systems use to keep incoming airflow clean before they enter your duct system. The air filters in your home consist of a tight mesh weaving that allows airflow to pass through while irritants are captured. The process is necessary to keeping indoor air quality from dropping over time. Your air filters will continue to clean out airflow until they become covered in captured particles, which leads to them become less effective over time.
The air filters in your home do not remain clean forever, they eventually become dirtier over time. When the air filters in your home become dirty they are less effective and cause issues throughout their systems and your home. The air already inside your home is unable to cycle out without fresh airflow, leading to problems of dryness and stagnation. Your air filters are also strained when forced to try to push airflow past the blockages, leading to mechanical issues.
Dirty air filters cost your home over time as expensive repair costs and increasing energy billing begins to rise over time. We offer new 19x20x1 size air filter replacements along with a delivery service to have them shipped to you as well. Our subscription option provides the opportunity to have new air filters shipped out as often as monthly. The filters have a MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) rating that shows their effectiveness at blocking out irritants. Filter King air filters have a MERV rating of eight and blocks out a range of particles including:
Filter King air filters are also capable of fitting into a variety of different air systems, furnace systems included. Your furnace filters are capable of cleaning heated airflow before they dirty air has a chance to pollute your home. The furnace filters become dirtier in the process and eventually create a blockage. A furnace blockage is dangerous, leading to temperature fluctuations and a rise in temperatures for the system. The issues inevitably lead to costly repairs for the system that may have otherwise been avoided with air filter maintenance.