4 Reasons You Need a Filter Subscription Service

4 Reasons You Need a Filter Subscription Service

Changing your filter is a simple task that is often neglected due to misinformation or plain inconvenience. But when you have a filter subscription service, there are plenty of hurdles that you can avoid--here are a few great reasons to join us.



Especially during COVID-19, it’s a hassle to go to the store and pick out the right size filter every month or so. With a filter subscription, you can change your filter without leaving your house--saving time, money, and stress.


With everything going on in the world, it can be easy to forget that you should change your air filter every 1-3 months. With Filterme’s automated shipments, you can choose how often you will receive a new filter. The shipment is your reminder so you won’t ever forget to change your filter again.

Cleaner Indoor Air Quality

When you’re changing your air filter every couple of months, the filter can more easily filter out dust, pollen, pet dander, and other particles that can cause allergies and sickness. More importantly, changing your filter regularly is necessary to keep the heating/cooling engine running properly without dust pileup.

Health Benefits

MERV rating air filter subscription

While filters with different MERV ratings perform different functions, the higher the MERV rating of a filter, the more efficient it will be at removing particles from the air. If you’re looking to prevent the flow of viruses and other tiny particles in your home, we suggest using our CDC recommended MERV13 filter. This catches dangerous particles like smog, cooking oil, viruses, and smoke. The CDC recommends high efficiency air filtration, along with hand-washing, mask wearing and social distancing, as some of the best practices to protect you and your family from virus like COVID-19. 

Overall, if you’re looking to save time, money, stress, and protect yourself from harmful particles and viruses, we recommend using an air filter subscription service.

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