Wondering what others have to say about the CleanAlert FILTERSCAN® air filter monitor and how it helps them detect clogs?
We found out from three beta testers of the air filter clog detector device who participated in a program with the Handyman Club of America and HANDY Magazine.
Bill G. from Illinois says installing the FILTERSCAN is simple!
Installing the CleanAlert FILTERSCAN is so simple that a kid can do it—literally.
Just ask Bill G. from Illinois, who said he looked on as his 17-year-old son single-handedly installed and calibrated the air filter monitor that takes the guesswork out of when to change your heating/cooling system filter.
“I think it took about 20 minutes for him to install the unit,” recalls Bill, who was an original beta tester for the peace-of-mind device.
Since that simple installation, the FILTERSCAN has worked flawlessly in Bill’s home. “It does what it’s supposed to do,” he states. “It’s there, you don’t have to worry about it at all, and it lets you know definitively when you need to change the air filter.”
Installing the air filter monitor consists of mounting the unit to your heating/cooling system’s air duct and following a series of steps to calibrate it to your home’s unique environment.
Byron G. says it’s easy to just let the FILTERSCAN “do its thing” and not worry.
Two other beta testers for the device—Byron G. and Chuck O.—agreed with Bill’s conclusion regarding the FILTERSCAN’s simplicity of installation and use.
“It was easy to install and get up and running,” said Byron of Roanoke, Illinois.
Chuck, from Cleveland, New York, similarly praised the FILTERSCAN’s set-it-and-forget simplicity. “It’s really easy to install and to make sure everything is set right.”
Chuck O. praised the air filter monitor's ease of installation.
The FILTERSCAN air filter monitor and clog detector measures air pressure changes to determine the optimal time to replace a home air filter.
Because the device is re-calibrated each time a new air filter is installed, homeowners can change filter models as they wish without undermining clog-detection performance.
Even if you should run into a problem while installing your FILTERSCAN, CleanAlert representatives are here to help. Just e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (888) 414-FLOW (3569).