Trion Air Bear Furnace Filters

Written by Rachel Arieff
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Trion Air Bear furnace filters capture dust, pollen, and other indoor pollutants as your furnace engages in the forced-air heating process. This is important on two fronts. For one, trapping airborne particles in the filter media means that they will not be clogging up your furnace parts, nor the duct work in your home's ventilation system. This is certainly good new for these expensive systems. The less maintenance, the better.

Second, Trion Air Bear furnace filters keep these particles from entering your lungs. No matter how diligently we clean them, and though it certainly helps, our homes are notoriously prone to polluted air. This is backed up by a recent EPA study that found that indoor air is five times more polluted than outdoor air. This means that for most of us, the air in our homes, our workplaces, and even the shopping mall, is bad for our health.

Trion Air Bear Furnace Filters and You

The important thing is to remember to change your Trion Air Bear filters regularly, according to the manufacturer's directions. Keeping filters in past their time is not saving you any money in the long run. In fact, by using dirty, spent and ineffective filters, you will be fouling up not only the air in your home, but your furnace and ventilation system as well. There's a better way to save money on Trion furnace filters, which admittedly are not cheap.

Buy Trion Air Bear furnace filters from a third-party manufacturer with a good reputation for quality and service. These manufacturers have long been in the business of replicating the manufacturing processes and materials of the best furnace filter manufacturers and selling to consumers at about half the cost. The only thing you'll be missing is the brand name, and the big-name price.


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