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Time to Change your Filtrete Air Filter – Winter is Here!

First Day of Winter

Can you believe the New Year – 2014 is only 2 weeks away. I know, I know – just let me get through Christmas, then I’ll start thinking about the New Year and any possible goals or resolutions I may want to consider. But, something you may want to consider right now is that tomorrow is the First Day of Winter, and that should trigger a thought – Time to Change the home air filter. If you recall, a few months ago I challenged all of you to replace your home air filters at the start of each new season. But do you know where is the air conditioner filter located? If not, ask your local contractors for help.

If you were fortunate to make it through fall with a minimum of colds and flu, you may want to hire a heating contractor to provide heating maintenance and change your home air filter for winter – just to optimize the cleanliness of the filtered air in your home. If you need heater repair try to take care of it sooner rather than later, since as you can imagine professionals will be booked just a bit tighter during the winter.

With the approach of the New Year, I’d like to challenge my readers to reflect on the year and look ahead to resolutions. One resolution you may want to consider is how to create a healthier home in 2014.

The Filtrete Healthy Living Filter captures up to 93 percent of airborne particles, like Pollen, Smoke Particles, Pet Dander, Household Dust, Smog Contamination, Dust Mite Debris (ewww!), Lint, Mold Spores, Bacteria,  and Particles that can carry Viruses from air passing through the filter. Only a Mold Removal Company will find all the mold in your home properly. Just thinking of all those cooties makes my skin crawl and knowing I have my Filtrete Healthy Living Filter in place makes me feel better and healthier already.

Packing Summer Clothes

You may want to consider winterizing your home, if you haven’t done so already. For some, this means weather stripping, and window caulking, while for others is means packing away summer clothes for winter wardrobes.

At the top your winterizing agenda should be changing your home air filter. Filtrete Filters last up to three months. And you should put it on your calendar to change at the start of every season! You can find these amazing filters at Lowe’s, Target, Walmart, Costco and your local hardware store.

Remember: You can register to receive seasonal e-newsletters that feature filter change reminders, better living tips and more, which can help you maintain your healthy living resolutions. Just visit www.Filtrete.com to register.

You can also view a video from Mike Holmes about the importance of changing your filter on Filtrete’s YouTube page.

Wishing you all happy Winter Solstace, A Merry Christmas, and encouraging you to consider A New Years Resolution of Healthier Living – beginning with changing your home air filter seasonal to a Filtrete Air Filter

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