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How do you pick a furnace filter

I know I need to replace mine but I have no idea...
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Re: How do you pick a furnace filter

  • The easiest way to do it is pull out your old filter, put it in a plastic bag, and take it to Lowes or Home Depot. If you have aluminum washable filters, just take them out, and wash them in the laundry tub.
  • Check the size on yours (obviously and go from there).

    I like the 3M allergy ones that need to be changed every 3 months. They're spendy but I do think they work. I can tell the difference between that and cheaper ones.

    However, my furnace guy said as long as the size was correct and they were changed per the schedule on the filter (or once a month if there isn't one) they're all fine.

  • The size should be written on the old filter.  We use the 3 month allergy ones.  I usually buy them at Walmart.
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