Franklin, TN, January 09, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- CleanerFilters.com is proud to announce a new partnership with UCapture, the environmentally-focused rewards shopping platform. When consumers install UCapture’s free browser extension, a portion of each air filter purchase made through CleanerFilters.com will support environmental projects, including reforestation efforts, methane and landfill gas capture, and renewable energy production. In fact, when shoppers purchase a year supply of air filters, UCapture will offset more than 2000 pound of carbon dioxide at no cost to the consumer.
CleanerFilters.com President John Price expressed that the new partnership is a great fit, noting that the two companies share similar goals: “CleanerFilters.com prides itself on producing high-quality home filtration products that improve indoor air quality. Partnering with UCapture provides an exciting opportunity to support environmental efforts that improve air quality for everyone.”
UCapture Founder Avery Michaelson echoed these sentiments by highlighting the intrinsic environmental benefits of air filters: “We’re always excited about simple ways to reduce your carbon footprint. When I found out that replacing your air filters regularly can reduce energy consumption by up to 15%, I knew we had to connect with CleanerFilters.com.”
Consumers can visit UCapture.com to download the UCapture Extension and start shopping at CleanerFilters.com.
CleanerFilters.com is an online air filter subscription service that makes it easy to improve the quality of indoor air and increase the efficiency of HVAC equipment. Customers select their air filter size, contaminant reduction rating, and frequency of delivery, and orders are shipped right to the door at their convenience. CleanerFilters.com is located in Franklin, T.N., and was founded in 2013.
UCapture is a rewards shopping platform that offsets a users’ carbon footprint, for free, when they shop with over 2000+ online partners. The service is 100% free to use, and is designed to combat climate change by funding projects that reduce net greenhouse gas emissions, like methane capture, reforestation and renewable energy. UCapture (www.ucapture.com) was founded in 2016.