Which Air Filter is Better: Filtrete or Honeywell?

When it comes to air filters, there are a few options to choose from. Pleated disposable and electrostatic filters are the preferred type because of their ability to filter lint, dust, pet dander, soot, pollen and mold spores. The best filters trap indoor contaminants, such as dust, pet dander and pollen, helping to clean the air in your home. Filtrete filters offer a high level of air filtration quality due to their ability to capture microscopic allergens.

However, these filters usually cost more than basic fiberglass filters and have an average lifespan of about three months. Honeywell Home's MicroDefense air conditioner filter is a great option for those looking for a longer-lasting filter. It lasts up to 12 months before needing to be replaced. Nordic Pure MERV 12 pleated air conditioning filters are also a great choice as they can be changed in the blink of an eye.

For those with an electronic air filter in their home, they can modernize it with a dynamic air filter. This type of filter uses electrostatically charged fibers, uses an effective carbon filter that eliminates odors, perfect for homes with pet odors, and is designed to work with homes equipped with forced air heating and cooling systems. Paper filters may be cheaper but they don't offer the same level of filtration as other types of filters. They also don't last as long and can cause HVAC systems to run out of air if they become too efficient.

Corrugated aluminum filters are thin but not as effective as other types of filters. When it comes down to it, Filtrete and Honeywell both offer great air filtration options. Filtrete offers a high level of air filtration quality but has a shorter lifespan than Honeywell's MicroDefense filter. Ultimately, it comes down to personal preference and budget when deciding which one is better for you.

Deanne Capetillo
Deanne Capetillo

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