We’ve done the research and found the best air filters for your family’s needs.
Pick the 4-pack for you or set up a subscription and never worry about replacements again.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommends changing your home’s air filters once every three months. Changing them on a regular basis improves indoor air quality and helps your HVAC system perform more efficiently, reducing energy costs and ultimately saving you money. It can be a hassle to find and switch them out. That’s why we offer convenient 4-packs for purchase and an easy subscription plan that automatically sends you what you need every year. You will also receive email reminders, notifying you when it’s time to change out your filters. All you need to do is pick the pack for you!
When selecting an air filter, consider the needs of your family. Do you have allergies, pets or lingering odors like mildew or smoke? We selected several great options for you to choose from.
Arm & Hammer Enhanced
Great for homes with pets.
$35.96 / year
DuPont High Allergen Air Filter
Great in helping with allergies.
$49.00 / year
Accumulair Diamond Air Filter
From $55.96 / year
DuPoint ProClear Ultimate Allergen
Best option for those suffering from allergies.
$75.96 / year
When you place your order with us, we will automatically send you email reminders throughout the year, notifying you when it’s time to switch them out. If your inbox is already flooded, you can change how often you receive them or unsubscribe from those reminders completely.
MERV stands for “Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value” or the effectiveness of the air filter. The higher the MERV rating, the more efficient the filter is at keeping out dust particles and other contaminants.
Most filters have the size printed on the frame. If your current filter is a good fit, order the same size. If there’s not a filter in your system, turn it off and measure the opening. If you have questions, call 1-888-44-SMART and one of our specialists will help you.
Look in one of two places – around the blower or behind a return grate (which could be on a wall or ceiling). When installing your new filter, make sure to follow the directional arrows on the frame.
You may notice two sizes printed on your filter. The “nominal” size is the rounded number used by most manufacturers. The “actual” size is the true measurement of the filter. Use the “nominal” size measurement when ordering.