Site 200, Box 29, RR2 | Regina , SK S4P 2Z2

Site 200, Box 29, RR2 | Regina , SK S4P 2Z2

(306) 359 6688

Select Your Filter Service

Are your air filters ready for winter? As snow beings to fall and the mercury starts to dip throughout many regions, it's hard to think about things like switching out filters on your HVAC unit. But you should change your air filter every month, especially during the winter and summer months, when your HVAC unit gets the most use. At the bare minimum, don't let two months go by without swapping your dirty one out for a new one.

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Once you book your delivery, we will drop off the filter every month at your door.

Why Monthly?

    Improves air quality 
    Manufacturer recommendation
    Reduces equipment/maintenance breakdowns
    Filter changing reminder
    No need to travel
    No nagging partners
    Keeps your furnace efficient

FAQ

Questions Regarding Your Filter Service

  • WHAT FACTORS TO CONSIDER BEFORE BUYING A FURNACE FILTER?

    Filter size, Filter thickness, Pleated vs. non-pleated, Filter efficiency.

  • HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU REPLACE YOUR FURNACE FILTER?

    The average home and HVAC system will need the filter replaced once every month.

  • WHERE'S THE FILTER ON MY FURNACE?

    Your furnace filter is usually located between the return air duct and the furnace or air handler. Look for the grill opening that draws air into it; this is your return duct, and the furnace filter will be somewhere nearby. If you still can’t find it, check your furnace’s manufacturer website for specifics on your unit. 

  • DO ALL GAS FURNACES HAVE FILTERS?

    All furnaces, even gas furnaces, have filters. Filters maintain the furnace itself as well as the air quality in your house, therefore your unit needs a filter. 

  • HOW DOES A DIRTY FILTER AFFECT A FURNACE?

    There are many hazards that are caused by not replacing your air filter on a schedule. A dirty filter can cause your air conditioner to stop cooling, reduce efficiency, or cause your air conditioner to freeze up. 

  • WHAT DOES MERV MEAN?

    MERV stands for Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value, which is a rating system designed by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). The rating indicates the size of particles the air filter is designed to capture. Ranging from 1 to 20, the larger the number, the better the filter is at catching small particles.