Filters For Commercial Usage

As a business owner, have you really given much thought lately to your (HVAC) filters?

        If you've had your AC coils cleaned or maybe replaced a unit, chances are you have.   "Inexpensive"  disposable filters offer a minimal level of protection for your expensive (HVAC) equipment and what's worse, they do nothing to improve the indoor air quality of your building.   If you think you're saving money, you're not!   Calculate your filter-related costs over three years and let's compare that to a program utilizing our electrostatic filters.   Your savings will be significant, (IAQ) will be greatly improved, and you won't be adding a big pile of dirty filters to area landfills!
        Our electrostatic filters provide unsurpassed protection of your (HVAC) unit greatly reducing yearly maintenance and repair costs.   Our filters also significantly improve your indoor air quality by removing contaminants from the air you breathe.   Our electrostatic filters have a Limited Lifetime Warranty and under IRS Section 179,  the full cost of your conversion is tax deductible in the first year!
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Let's Look at MERV ratings

        Most filters are labeled with a MERV rating number, which measures a filter's ability to trap particles ranging in size from 3.0 microns to 10.0 microns.   MERV is an industry standard rating, so it can be used to compare filters made by different companies.   However, the MERV rating is not intended to be the sole basis for deciding which filter to buy, just as the horsepower of a car engine is not the only criteria in buying a car.
        Standard filters commonly have MERV ratings of 1 - 12.   The higher the MERV rating, the more efficient the filter and the more particles it captures.   ASHRAE recommends filters designated with a minimum efficiency of MERV 6 or better for use in commercial settings.   These "medium efficiency"  filters provide a higher removal efficiency than low-efficiency filters and more adequately remove the particles that cause IAQ problems, unlike high-efficiency filters, which clog.   This type of filter also is recommended in the EPA's Building Air Quality: A Guide for Building Owners and Facility Managers.

        Our filters begin with a MERV 8 and increase during use.   Designed to "get dirty",  their high loading capacity and low air resistance work together to provide superior filtration without unit strain.   Converting to our filters will result in a significant savings over disposable filters and a reduction in the yearly labor requirements to change filters either monthly or even quarterly.

The Bottom Line?...

Conversion to our filters is fully tax deductible in the first year, "Under IRS Section 179, equipment purchases, up to
  $100,000, can be expensed (deducted from taxable income) if installed by December 31st"
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Conversion to our filters and the subsequent waste reduction and IAQ improvement result in additional savings.   The result is a small monthly payment that is up to 50% less than what you're currently spending for disposable filters that are thrown away in landfills
Eliminating the need to buy, stock, change, as well as non-standard size and waste problems of disposable filters make a conversion to our filters a better choice when you look at the total filtration cost.

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        Learn why your building's air filtration system is one of the most important elements in providing occupants with good IAQ.   Understand the many factors to consider and how they should play into your final decision and what results you could expect.
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NOTE:   The information presented on this website is absolutely not intended, construed, implied, interpreted or taken as specific medical advice and is not a substitute for professional treatment or diagnosis.   These statements have also not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).   None of these types of services are a "cure all" for any medical issues.   If you believe poor air quality is affecting your health then your first step should be to seek the advice of your Primary Care Physician (PCP) regarding any medical issues you may have.   Your (PCP) may refer you to an allergist to test you for allergies.   Once you have investigated other possible underlying issues that might be causing you issues, then you may want to look into these types of services.   Our company has had numerous clients that have noticed a tremendous improvement in their situation after our services.   What we want to emphasize is that these services, "no matter who" provides them may or may not provide you with the relief you're looking for.   Results may vary from one person to another, so always consult with your (PCP) FIRST.

        We at Apex Duct And Chimney Cleaning sincerely wish you the best, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

(Source:   NADCA, DCN, ASHRAE, EPA, IAQ, IHACI, NFPA, CPSC, CDC, AAFA, Cal/OSHA )   External Links

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