FilterSnap's Subscription Service Makes Changing Filters Easier

Disclosure:  I received samples to facilitate my review.  This is my honest opinion only.  You may have a different outcome/opinion.

We have a heat pump that includes central air.  It doesn't get used much during the winter because we use our SoapStone woodstove, but when Spring comes along and the heat increases, it gets used a lot.  We've already had a few 90 degree days so far and Nellie and I both love our a/c.

30 days goes by fast, and before you know it, the air coming through our vents is smelling kind of funky.  I ask MH when he changed the air filter last and I usually get the response, "It hasn't been that long ago."  I look up at the air vent and see that the filter is pretty dusty.  When I get it out, I see that it has been more like three months since it was last changed.  Good grief, no wonder the air is nasty!

I just recently found out about a subscription service for air and furnace filters from FilterSnap.  You can choose which schedule you would like to receive replacement filters (1, 2, 3, 6 or 12 months), the size you need, and the quality of the filters (basic, standard or ultimate).  You should check our their guide to determine which quality you prefer.

We like the standard, which seems to be the best for our unit and works with having two dogs and their dust and hair problem.  The filter I received looks the same as what we buy at the store (pictured above before getting dirty), and worked just as well as our usual.  Getting the package in the mail is a great reminder to change our filters more often too!

The price for subscriptions ranges from $12 - $22+ per month with free shipping, depending on how many, quality, and how often you get deliveries.  They have a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so if you are not happy, you will get a full refund.  I went through the ordering process to see how easy it was and found it fast and easy to do.  Find out more on their website at

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