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Old 01-24-2015, 09:32 PM
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For the 4" media filters, once per year should be fine. In my previous home, I had a Carrier Infinity heatpump system and, as part of the daily duct assessment, it kept tract of the changes in static pressure associated with the filter "filling up" and alerted you when the static pressure hit a threshold that warranted a filter change. It was typically about a year. It was larger home than most of the Villages homes and the system ran more than the systems here because of a longer heating season.
Would not even think about going a year without changing the AC filter with the dirt here...but then electricity and blower motors may be a lot cheaper here..
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Old 01-24-2015, 09:39 PM
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Need to replace the 20x20 heat A/c filters
where do U get yours, what do they cost,
I was quoted $70
Check out www.discountfilters.com

I bought a case of filters for my HVAC system and delivery was included. They seem to be quality made.
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Old 01-24-2015, 10:28 PM
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I took a look at mine a few weeks ago and after 9 months it was still pretty clean. I am not very concerned.

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Would not even think about going a year without changing the AC filter with the dirt here...but then electricity and blower motors may be a lot cheaper here..
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