Hi y’all! As multiple of you know, I have recently moved into our first lake beach house as well as I am particularly excited about all of the lessons of homeownership that I know I’m about to learn! Some of them are easy- cooking, cleaning, maintaining a schedule.
Some are more challenging, replacing our entire Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C plan within the first month of living here (yes, that happened), finding the best Wi-Fi provider, mowing the sod.
Some tasks are just sort of mundane or in-between. The mundane task that I’m currently working on is replacing our air filter. I have been seeing a lot online about washable air filters as well as I’ll confess I’m pretty intrigued by the plan of not having to run to the store to replace our air filter every month or every other month. I know some people keep numerous air filters in their lake beach house although I don’t have a lot of square footage as well as I’m not truly interested in keeping a bunch of filters shoved in a closet. Has anyone had any experience with washable air filters? Do they labor plus the regular air filters? How often do you have to scrub the washable air filters? Whether washable or not, which air filters are the best balance for your indoor air pollen levels? I know that some are great for indoor air pollen levels but slow the air flow while others are great for air flow but worse for indoor air pollen levels. If anyone has any recommendations on this topic of air filters as well as indoor air pollen levels, I would truly love your input.