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How to change furnace filters

In general the furnace filter is located inside the blower compartment.

This will vary with the installation of the Furnace. The HVAC (Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning) contractor can install an Air clean Box, or cut a slot in the return air duct. There is a possibility that you're Furnace or Air Handle with have filters in the central return Grill. You do not want to install in both places. When changing the filters in the furnace compartment, ALWAYS turn the power off at the main circuit breaker.

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How to convert a Electronic Air Cleaner to accept a media filter

Converting a Honeywell Electronic Air Cleaner to accept a media filter.

You may have an old Honeywell Electronic Air Cleaner that simply doesn't work and it's too expensive to repair. Converting it to accept a Honeywell media filter may be an affordable alternative.

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The Dangers of Carbon Monoxide

Several states have enacted laws that require carbon monoxide detectors in multi-family dwellings. You too should have a CO Alarm.

Why a Carbon Monoxide Alarm is so important.

Your home is your safe haven from the unpredictable weather outside. However, some of the products and appliances you use to make your home a better place to live can produce a colorless, odorless gas called carbon monoxide (CO). Fuels such as natural gas, LP gas, kerosene, coal, wood and charcoal, as well as automobiles can all have the potential to produce CO.

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