MTEMC Partners With CleanerFilters.com to Promote Benefits of Air Filtration
Replacing air filters every 90 days can reduce electricity costs by 15% a year!
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, the Murfreesboro-based electric cooperative that provides more than 215,000 members safe and reliable electricity, is partnering with air filter subscription service based out of Franklin, T.N., CleanerFilters.com to educate consumers about the benefits of replacing air filters every 90 days.
The partnership between MTEMC and CleanerFilters.com is the result of hearing the same questions from consumers – How do I improve the efficiency of my heating, cooling and air conditioning system without sacrificing comfort?
Heating and cooling your home accounts for 48% of energy use in the average home. When it comes to your thermostat, it can be tempting to adjust the temperature closer to our liking. Unfortunately, a change of a few degrees can push us outside our monthly budgets
When looking for ways to stay comfortable while saving money, MTEMC and CleanerFilters.com wants homeowners and businesses to know that replacing air filters every 90 days can cut energy use by up to 15% a year. For the average energy user, this means more than $100 goes back into their wallet.
In addition to the extra saving, regular filter changeouts benefits consumers in other ways. According to the environmental protection agency, indoor air can be up to 100 times more polluted than outdoor air. Indoor air filters can reduce many of the most common airborne particles that contribute to poor indoor air quality.
Cleaner Filters President John Price believes this partnership is a great opportunity to grow awareness about how we use electricity and the importance of home filtration. “This partnership is the result of the shared commitment to the development of the Middle Tennessee Valley and goal of helping people save money and improving the quality of their indoor air. Our business and many of our employees trust MTEMC for their energy needs. Given our expertise in home filtration, it makes sense to partner with an organization that powers the HVAC equipment inside of our homes and at work.”
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation is a member-owned, not-for-profit electric cooperative providing electricity to more than 215,000 residential and business members in Williamson, Wilson, Rutherford and Cannon counties. More information about the cooperative can be found at www.mtemc.com.
CleanerFilters.com was founded in 2013 and continues to grow rapidly in the air filter marketplace. They attribute their growth to the talents and skills of their employees - many who were born and raised in the local area - a favorable business climate, and high quality air filters that are made in the USA.
The Doctors Talk Indoor Air Quality with CleanerFilters.com
FRANKLIN, TN October 3, 2014 – Today on CBS's The Doctors Dr.’s Travis Stork and Rachael Ross spoke with Andy Sperry, VP of Marketing and Business Development for Franklin-based CleanerFilters.com, about the dangers of poor indoor air quality. Dr. Stork warned that, "if you’re feeling ok when you’re out and about but then the minute you come home you start to get the symptoms, that could be due to your air filter." Dr. Stork commented that simply changing a home’s air filters about every 90 days is a great step towards improving indoor air quality.
On the show Sperry visits the home of a woman suffering with severe allergies and discovers that she has not changed her air filter in over 20 years. Sperry evaluates her air filter and, to guarantee poor indoor air quality will no longer be an issue, provides her with a free 5 year
CleanerFilters.com subscription. CleanerFilters.com is a new online service that allows customers to order the correct size, quality, and quantity of air filters they need from the comfort of their own home to help maintain higher home air quality. The service is subscription based and delivers air filters to its customer’s homes every time the air filter needs to be changed.
Dr. Stork ends the show with “Doctors orders to everyone” to “go check your filter”.
Transcript of “Is Your House Making You Sick?” Video by The Doctors
CleanerFilters.com Featured on USAToday.com, Miami Herald, StreetInsider.com, and The Boston Globe
FRANKLIN, TN February 19, 2014—According to an article featured on USAToday.com, there’s a simpler, more efficient way to change home air filters. Matt Granite, host of the "Ways 2 Save" segment, introduced his viewers to one of the "best websites" to save time and money: CleanerFilters.com.
"CleanerFilters.com is my favorite new service, sort of like the "Netflix" of Air Filters," Granite said. "The process is simple: select your filter size, choose your quality and your delivery schedule. You no longer need to remember the size or specs of your air filter, you no longer need to make frustrating trips to the store or buy in bulk."
"CleanerFilters.com does the dirty work for you with a frequency and quantity you determine."
Granite estimated that he had saved 17% on his last few energy bills by upgrading to a more effective filter. And "if you live with someone who has allergies, today's service is even more fantastic," Granite stated.
"We are gratified that Matt Granite and USAToday.com have recognized the uniqueness and value of our service," said Jay Clarke, CEO of CleanerFilters.com. "We set out saying there had to be a better way for homeowners to get clean filters into their homes. First, to remember when to change filters. And, second, to avoid special trips to the store which can also be really frustrating if you don’t remember or can’t find your size."
CleanerFilters.com is a new online service that allows customers to order the correct size, quality, and quantity of air filters from the comfort of their own home to help maintain higher home air quality. The service is subscription based and delivers air filters to its customer’s homes when it is time to change the filter. CleanerFilters.com is located in Franklin, TN and was founded in 2013.
Transcript of "Save of the Day" Video by Matt Granite