Choosing a Plano air filter

Germ freaks rejoice, Plano Air Condititioning is finally giving you guys some love. It's not hard avoiding practically everything in life that is crawling with germs and bacteria and we understand that, so we tell you what, we'll give you a secret tip so you can at least keep your home safe.

Let's start with the basics, what is an air filter for? Air filters are fibrous devices used to trap airborne contaminants like pollen, dust, and bacteria. They're readily available at most major department stores in a ridiculous amount of shapes, sizes, and ratings to cover almost any A/C unit under the sun.

Alright so lets down to the nitty gritty, how do you save money with an air filter? It's really rather simple, although it's something most people overlook without even a second glance. The answer is money spent on a great filter, anything from 3M will work, while being slightly more expensive initially, is literally saving you thousands in the long run. Going to the doctor is expensive, so much so that we practically elected a President because he promised to fix it. Now if going to the doctor is expensive what can we do to save money, I'll give you a second to think about it…

Ok that's enough time, here's the answer.

Don't get sick!

Brilliant isn't it? I thought so too.

"You still haven't answered my question…"

Woah, woah, woah calm there buddy, you came to me us, Plano air conditioning, remember?

Fine…

The higher rated an air filter is the better it is at keeping you from breathing in the pollen, allergens, dust mites, and whatever else you can think of. You can tell how great an air filter is by one simple ingenious government rating system, MERV's. MERV's or Minimum Efficiency Reporting Values are a measurement from 1 to 16 telling you what type of contaminants they trap. The more allergens they trap, the less chance you have of breathing in something can get you sick.

There you have your answer, get off your butt, head to Walmart and get you a new air filter you penny pinching weirdo!