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14x20x1 Air Filter - Furnace Filters

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  1. 14x20x1 MERV 8

    14x20x1 MERV 8

    Actual Size
    13-1/2 x 19-1/2 x 3/4
    Case of 12
    $69.99
    Part
    UF8-11420
  2. 14x20x1 MERV 11

    14x20x1 MERV 11

    Actual Size
    13-1/2 x 19-1/2 x 3/4
    Case of 12
    $79.99
    Part
    UF11-11420
  3. 14x20x1 MERV 13

    14x20x1 MERV 13

    Actual Size
    13-1/2 x 19-1/2 x 3/4
    Case of 12
    $104.99
    Part
    UF13-11420

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14x20x1 Merv Air Filters

Nominal size : 14" x 20" x 1"

Actual size :13 1/2" x 19 1/2" x 3/4"

This filter is a high quality, economical aftermarket replacement.

Made of 100% synthetic media. It will not absorb water, preventing the growth of mould, fungi and bacteria. Made with fire retardant materials. A rigid constructed housing with efficiently spaced pleats, enabling excellent surface capacity for better air filtration of airborne particles.

If the current filter system is performing well, then changing the MERV level may not be desired. However, there are good options available that will lower energy costs resulting in lower annual operating costs. Choosing a filter that operates at a lower pressure drop will normally lead to reduced energy consumption. It’s important that the maintenance department communicates with building management to identify and quantify the amount of energy dollars saved. In addition, the use of longer lasting pleated air filters can and will reduce maintenance costs through a reduction of annual filter changeouts. Eliminating even one periodic filter change saves man-hours which saves money while maintaining or improving existing performance levels.


During the warmer months of summer, turn your AC off and open your windows. This increases air circulation and helps to improve the quality of air that you are breathing while inside. While opening windows is a good idea, it is also important to be aware of outside pollutants and allergens that can come in while you are doing this. Therefore, balance how often you are opening your windows with how often you are using your AC to maximize results.

If you are a pet owner, remember that your dog or cat puts dander into the air and also brings in outside pollutants daily. To minimize the effects of these things, bathe your pet regularly. You can either do this yourself or bring your pet to a reputable groomer.

Controlling air pollution inside your home is important for many reasons, and especially because it protects the health of your family. Doing this is simple if you replace your filters regularly, purchase an electrostatic filter if necessary and consider investing in an air purification system. Couple these things with opening windows when weather allows and properly caring for your pets to keep your home comfortable all year round.


Also see: Air Filter Quality Ratings Chart  |  How to Change an Air Filter?