Video Transcript:

Hey guys stock and the we’re going to echo today because I’m out the barrage and I’m changing some air filters and I’m gonna let you know some of my results are really over the past year about the best air filter for your house. So little I would say.

Hey guys, So over the past year I’ve done a bunch of tests on these filters and for the money, I don’t like to over filter my air. And i don’t like to put excess restriction on my air filters on my on my air system? But I am going to show you. The filter that I think for the money is the best best one because you really should change these filters out really every three months. Some people say every month some people say twice. But I like to do it every three months and I want to show you why. First let me go up the ladder here. Take a little walk up here. Hey honey let’s watch doc, Bust his butt.

So it’s always gonna be about 200 degrees up here and it’s always going to be dark. But on your AC system now mine is a weird size and that’s why I order mine through Amazon because you can never find the right size and that type of filter. And if you find the right size is the wrong type of filter so just go on Amazon and just use the link I might put up on the website.

Again you have a little trap door usually right in here. On most systems there’s usually some kind of little threaded bolt and these things always get stuck in here. There are a pain in the butt and you’ve got to work your filter out. Now I’m going to grab one of these old films might have a generic stock one that has more of a commercial one I never had really good results with these.

And then you have the ones that sort of look like spaghetti material in here and those are horrible. If you can see through it it has that spaghetti weave. Don’t use those cheap filters. Step up a little bit but you don’t have to go crazy. Let’s get the hell out of here, Let’s go stay still.

I’m going to show you the difference of these two. This is a brand new one. And this is after three months. Now this is in the summertime you can see that it’s almost black and a lot of that is porn and mold and mildew and that’s quite a significant difference there.

So these are the Phil treat but there’s a special kind that I get. This is a 3M Phil treat. But there’s a special kind that I get that’s not too expensive but does a really good job. It’s the pleated version with the wire mesh and I’ll put a link up on the website. But I want you to see. That versus that.

Pretty amazing, Hey guys I’m real quick on the link that I want to put up through through Amazon. When you go to that link you’re gonna see a size with a little arrow thing and so you can click on that sizing and you can roll up and down and search all the sizes on there. Also I think you can get a single filter to pack for pack six pack and they also let you subscribe.

If you want to have more shipped. So there’s a bunch different options on there when you go to that link you go to that page just a couple of quick tips. Not really safety tips but more so just practical sense kind of stuff. Turn your AC system off. Not really. Yeah I guess you know get shock but you don’t want to be fighting that airflow when you pull the filter out and put it in. It’s gonna give me a lot of airflow and you won’t be able to get that filter in so make sure your AC system is off.

No 2 do this early in the morning if possible because it’s gonna be a lot cooler up there. If you have to get up there and crawl around. I mean it can easily be in the two hundreds.

As far as temperature goes and you can pass out up there and you know you will die. So make sure that you do it early in the morning and preferably when someone else is home unlike me so. Again just a quick little note reminder for you replace your filters. Try and do it every three months. I’m going to put a link up to these filters because they’re for the money.

They’re the best ones that I have they don’t put a super drag on your air system they don’t restrict the airflow. I see no difference in the airflow but at the same time when I pull leave. When you get that spaghetti mesh sort of blue cheap ones that you can see through if you hold up to the light you can see through. Do not use those filters. Use these filters right here these pleated ones.

Every time I pull these out they’re almost black solid just from regular mold mildew and Paul and the spaghetti ones they’d never turn that color. Use these filters are awesome. That’s it, I just want to share a little tip with you that subscribe button. Oh and by the way if he didn’t know the new organic fertilizer video was out on the website. It’s sold out in 48 hours. Sorry guys. I told you.

But I did send an email to the product manager for that company and said Hey dude what’s going on his head. We are shipping out more of their ship and a couple thousand more bags out to Amazon.

So it is available. Talk to you later.

Some Frequently Asked Questions

For basic 1″-3″ air filters, manufacturers usually direct you to change them every 30-60 days. If you suffer from light to moderate allergies, you could upgrade the air filter or change them even more often.
The filter of the unit, especially if it’s an HVAC unit that will tend to get nearly year-round use, should be changed by the homeowner at least every three months, but possibly more often. Check your filter’s condition and change it once a month if: You run your unit six months a year to year-round. You have pets.
The answer is NO. Well, technically you can run your furnace without a filter. It will operate without one, but you’ll risk potential damage to your system and to your health and the health of your family, and that’s just not worth it.

On your new filter, find the arrow that indicates the proper air flow direction. This tends to confuse everyone more than anything else. That arrow must always face toward the furnace and away from the return duct that carries the air in need of heating or cooling.

Changing your HVAC Filter
  1. Shut the HVAC unit off.
  2. Remove the access panels to get to the filter.
  3. Remove the old HVAC filter.
  4. Insert the new HVAC filter. Be sure to pay attention to the arrows on the sides of the filter.
  5. Close the access panels and turn the HVAC unit back on.
Do all central heating and cooling units have filtersAll central heating and cooling systems should have an air filter, but the filter can be harder to locate on some HVAC units than others. The air filter is usually located in the return air duct or blower compartment before the return air reaches the air handler.

Air conditioning systems work by absorbing heat from the air in your home. As refrigerant evaporates in the indoor evaporator coil, it’s able to absorb heat from air blowing over the coil. But when the air filter is clogged, warm air is limited. And this could cause the coil to freeze.

The unfortunate eventual outcome of not changing your air filter, beyond working less efficiently, is that it will stop working altogether. Your HVAC system is powered by a fan motor that has to work harder when there is a clogged filter. This extra strain can make the motor overheat or even break.
The engine air filter should be replaced between 15,000 and 30,000 miles, depending on driving conditions. If you drive on unpaved roads, it needs to be changed more often. If you don’t drive a lot, an air filter should be replaced at least every 3 years, as with age it becomes brittle.
So here is my list of The 10 Best Furnace Filters.
  • AIRx Health 1″ MERV 13 Furnace Filters.
  • Honeywell FC100A1037 Ultra Efficiency 4″ Furnace Filters.
  • Nordic Pure 4″ Furnace Filters.
  • FilterBuy 1″ Furnace Filters.
  • AIRx ALLERGY 1″ Furnace Filters.
  • Filtrete Micro Allergen 4″ Furnace Filters.
  • X6673 Lennox 4″ Furnace Filters.

*The information above does not constitute legal advice or opinion, nor is it a substitute for the professional judgment of a qualified attorney.