Guardian Electrostatic Furnace and Air Conditioner Filter are
ideal for someone who...
Has forced hot air heating, known as a furnace, or central
air conditioning in their home or office that uses an air filter
Wants clean, purified air and protection from many airborne
allergens for a healthy home
Needs a furnace or air conditioning filter that is a
certain size -- choose from 13 sizes or a custom size filter when you order
Is tired of replacement air filters, and wants a permanent
furnace and air conditioning filter
Wants to increase efficiency of heating and air
conditioning systems, therefore lowering energy costs
Desires simple, easy cleaning of furnace filter every 2-3
months, instead of having to throwaway and change furnace filters
To save money and stay warm:
Turn down the thermostat. The normal temperature inside
homes is typically 21 C, but turning it down a degree or two could save a
customer up to 10 per cent on their annual heating bill.
Change your furnace and air conditioner filter every two to
If people don’t already own a programmable thermostat,
consider purchasing and installing one. This thermostat will allow consumers
to program the thermostat to knock the temperature down when you’re not home,
and then kick back up when you return.
If you have a wood-burning fireplace, make sure the flue is
closed when you’re not using it.
Putting weather stripping on doors and windows, as well as
caulking drafty windows, can save consumers up to 25 per cent on their energy
With temperatures already reaching the nineties,
and the heat index starting to rise, it’s plain to see that summer is upon us.
According to all estimates, it’s going to be another long hot summer.
With warmer temperatures comes increased usage. To address the
increased usage, Entergy has prepared some energy-saving tips to help customers
stay comfortable, while saving on potentially higher energy costs.
"There are a lot of low cost measures customers can take to
help minimize their electric bills during the hottest months of the year," said
Elaine Coleman, vice president of external affairs for Entergy New Orleans. "Air
conditioning alone accounts for almost two-thirds of your electric bill during
the summer months."
Just a few simple steps can help customers wisely manage their
energy consumption, and in turn their energy bill.
Air Conditioner Filter Tips
Check your air conditioner filter monthly to ensure that it
is clean. Change the filter when necessary.
Close window blinds, drapes and curtains during the day to
reduce warming in your home from direct sunlight.
Use energy-efficient ceiling fans and portable fans to
circulate airflow through your home.
Raise the central air conditioning thermostat to 78
degrees. Window units should be adjusted accordingly.
Replace incandescent light bulbs with cooler-burning
fluorescent bulbs to reduce the amount of heat created in the home.