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Learn about air quality and how to protect your homes & workplaces from airborne viruses like COVID-19

Airborne viruses and their sizes

Our homes and businesses have airborne bacteria and viruses of various sizes that cause diseases and aggravate others. Learn which material can filter them from the air. Saving lives has never been easier!

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Do you need additional protection for your mask?

Masks inserts increase your mask’s effectiveness and can help to restrict the spread of airborne viruses by preventing you from inhaling the airborne particles that contain the COVID-19 virus.

Buy Your CLEER Filters Now

At CLEER, we categorize our filters based on their sizes. Standard filter sizes typically range from 1 to 6 inches in depth and you will find the different air filters sorted according to size below:

Why CLEER Filters

Virus Free Air

Removes microscopic virus carriers from the air you breathe

Affordable

HVAC and window filters, at a competitive price for both residential & commercial owners

Energy Efficient

Clean air without added energy costs, and less HVAC failure.

Highest MERV Ratings

Highest industry standard for filter efficacy removes more than 95% of all contaminants

Protection from Contaminants

Removes dust, smoke, pet dander, mold spores, bacteria, decaying feces, pollens

Great Quality

CLEER brings advanced air filtration at a lower the cost while providing better performance

Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT DOES MERV MEAN?

MERV or Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value is a filter rating system credited to the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). It simplifies filter efficiency ratings; the higher the MERV rating, the more efficient the filter should be at capturing smaller particles.

HOW DO I GET THE CORRECT SIZE FILTER?

If it’s not on the filter, measure the length, width, (if your filter is not square, the smaller number goes first) and depth. Standard sizes are often half an inch less than advertised, remember to round up to the next whole number for the right air filter size after measurements.  

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I REPLACE MY AIR FILTER?

It’s recommended that you change your air filter every three months. It should be changed sooner if there is an increase in air particulates from activities such as construction or renovation. Energy Star (www.energystar.gov), recommends that filters should be changed every month during peak summer and winter months, this is the highest capacity time for HVAC systems.

WHAT MAINTENANCE IS NEEDED FOR AIR FILTERS?

The most common maintenance you’ll need for your filter is to replace every three months. 

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