FilterBuy Home Guide Launched In Light of Mounting Water And Air Quality Doubts
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Experienced advice helps address confusion over the growing number of applicances and filtration solutions on the market, publishes filterbuy.com --
Ongoing research into pollution and contamination have public concerns running high in regard to water and indoor air quality. These mounting anxieties have led to an influx of filtration solutions designed to combat potential health hazards. While a number of advancements have been made on the proactive end of the spectrum, the growing selection of options leaves consumers with a number of questions. With this in mind, Robbin Wood has launched the FilterBuy Home Guide.
"We're seeing a nearly endless supply of heating and air conditioning, vacuum and water filters hitting the market," explained Wood. "Obviously, each brand claims to be top-of-the-line, but it's often difficult to decide which ones live up to their claims. Add to that the number of indoor air pollutants and waterborne contaminants needing to be addressed, and the confusion only grows because not all filters are appropriate for all concerns. We've put our years of experience in filtration design to work to help our readers better understand what to look for in filtration options as well as the appliances into which they're incorporated."
Among the resources provided on the FilterBuy website are write-ups on the various appliances now making use of built-in filters. Portions of the website are dedicated to types of vacuums on the market, HVAC systems, refrigerators and other home appliances as well as standalone air purifiers and water filtration systems to name a few topics being covered. Reviews detailing the benefits and drawbacks of top brands and filter types are also available.
Additional articles discuss choosing the appliances and devices best suited to individual needs and budgets; for example, the FilterBuy Home Guide - Vacuum section cross-references cost, allergies, typical cleaning expectations and other factors with top brands, styles and models. An array of heating systems is mentioned on the website along with efficiency, size of the home in question, level of difficulty involved in changing filters and other considerations. Replacement filter prices and purchasing links are likewise offered.
Concluded Wood, "Our experts are uniquely qualified to offer advice on these matters as each member of our team has his or her own level of experience in appliance, system and filtration development. Our goal is to help our readers breathe a bit easier knowing they have an ally when it comes to choosing the right filters for their homes as well as help in finding the ones they need. We will continue to update our information as necessary."
About FilterBuy Home Guide:
FilterBuy Home guide is a new free website in which filtration experts use their industry knowledge to review home appliances. The website is an extension of FilterBuy.com, a leading manufacturer of aftermarket replacement HVAC, air, furnace, vacuum, humidifier and air purifier filters.
Name: Robbin Wood
Phone: (256) 362-4124
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