How does Second Nature do its thing?

Online, Second Nature customers can choose from more than 66,000 different filter choices. Step through a five-step process and choose an answer to each question for your first order. Before you order Second Nature, here are some things you might want to think about.

How much

When you place an order, you can choose the exact number of screens you want for your home.

Sizes of Filters

Second Nature lets you choose from a lot of screens with different thicknesses and even the ability to make your own. Online, you can choose from more than 66,000 filter choices. You can put your own filter dimensions if they are not in the drop-down list. There’s also a button called “Find My Filter Sizes” that shows you how to find out what size filters you already have.

Note: For the same order, you can choose screens of different sizes. If you need two 12x12x1 air filters and two 18x18x1 air filters, you can let them know and order them all in one box.

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Quality of Filter

There are three types of filters that Second Nature sells: MERV 8, MERV 11, and MERV 13. The filters are different in terms of what they block and how much they cost. MERV stands for Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value. It measures how well an air filter traps particles of different sizes to figure out how efficient it is. A higher MERV number means that the filter can do more.

  • Minimum Value for Reporting EfficiencyMERV 8, MERV 11, and MERV 13 Stop It
  • Germs, mould, dust, pollen, and dust mites
  • Animal hair, mould, pollen, dust, germs, and dust mites
  • Pollen, mould, dust, germs, pet hair, smog, smoke, cooking oil, and people who carry viruses

The quality of all the filters in a package has to be the same. Let’s say you want two of the screens to be MERV 8 and the other two to be MERV 13. Not possible.

Shipping How Often

There are different shipping schedules you can set. Filters can be sent to you once a month, twice a month, or three times a month. You can pick the exact months you want your filters to come in with the custom plan setting.

Second Nature says that to keep your heating and cooling system running well, you should change the air filters every three months. Also, if you have asthma or allergies, live in a very polluted area, live in a very cold climate, or have more than one pet, the company says you should change your air filters every month. You can also change your filters every two months if you only have one in your home, use your heating and cooling all year, or have a pet.

The Help part of Second Nature says that you can set up different filters to run at different times. All you have to do is go to your account, click “add subscription” to your profile, and then enter the information about the plan.

Note: You can choose the exact date you want your first shipment to come, and Second Nature will not charge you until they have made your order.

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How much is Second Nature?

Customers are charged for the settings they choose based on how often they want to receive them. Because Second Nature has a lot of choices based on what your home needs, prices vary from $10 to $26 per filter, with discounts for unique sizes and thicker filters.

If you always change your filters on time, you can save 5 to 15% on your heating and cooling bill and avoid having to pay for expensive fixes.

Please note that you only have to pay for the air filters. There are no other costs or obligations.

You can start getting your Second Nature air filter by going to the company’s website.

Why did I sign up for this?

You’ll set up an account where you can handle and change your information when you sign up for Second Nature. There is no fee to stop your subscription or put off any shipments that are about to happen. Second Nature says that you can restart or reactivate your account at any time with just one click.

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What Customers Say

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) does not accredit Second Nature, but it does have an A+ rating from the group and a high rating on Trustpilot.

Here are some reviews that people have left about Second Nature:

“I’ve loved Second Nature ever since I learned about them, and I love them even more now.” When I called with a question about an open order, I was only put on hold for a minute. I talked to Dave, and he was so nice. A great company with great customer service!” — Emma V.

There was always good service, and it was simple to sign up for a plan. I got the wrong size air filter not long ago. I had to send a message three times before I got a link back. They told me they were sorry for the trouble and would send a duplicate. I thought that was great at first, but I quickly became unhappy when they didn’t quickly send a new air filter. After finally hearing back from a person, it took a month before I got the replacement, but I was still charged in full. — James M.

What We Found

Every year, you should change your filters several times, but it’s tough to keep track of when and what size you need. With high-quality air filters in different sizes, Second Nature‘s service makes it easy to keep up with this task.

We also like that customers can choose when they want their air filters to come. People who need to order a lot of different-sized filters at once will also find this service useful. One bad thing about Second Nature is that customers can’t order different types of filters at the same time.

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