An air filter increases the quality of your home’s air by catching allergens and contaminants that pass through your furnace or air conditioner. Over time, your filter can become clogged, especially during allergy season. Be sure to replace it in order to maximize your home’s energy efficiency.
Tim Carter of Ask the Builder goes over the three types of air filters in this informative video. Find out why a fiberglass filter just doesn’t cut it, and what you should use instead. If you’re willing to spend the money, a polyester electrostatic filter is the best investment you can make for home’s air quality.
Keep your furnace running this winter without having to worry about your oil usage. Call South Shore Fuel at (855) 529-9635 to find out how our supply and delivery service uses a degree-day based system to keep you warm.