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Give the Gift of Second Nature this Christmas. No Seriously, They'll Love it.

Dec 10th, 2018

by Alec Lower

The hottest Christmas present this year is an air filter

Alright, now that you’ve stopped laughing, hear us out. A Second Nature subscription might be an excellent gift for your significant other, assuming they like breathing clean air, saving money, and having some extra time. Maybe not everyone likes those things, but that would be kind of weird if they didn’t.

Saving time

Second Nature is the gift that keeps on giving long after the present is unwrapped. When a high-quality air filter shows up at your door once every three months, it’s like four Christmases a year. You get to breath high-quality filtered air every day, and you’ll never again have to try and remember to buy or replace your filter.

Remember last time you went to the store around the time you needed to change your filter? Yeah, what happened? You forgot about it. Or maybe you wrote it on your list, but when you got there, the hardware store didn’t even have your size. Air filters are essential, but there’s no reason they need to require that much time and energy to get the right one.

So while you can’t physically gift someone convenience, giving a Second Nature subscription might be the closest thing to it. The gift of ease is not something many people put on their list, but just getting a little time back and a little piece of mind with it is something everyone wishes they could get for Christmas. Now you can give it to them.

Saving money

If you have read this far, right about now you’re probably thinking “okay well that’s all well and good but isn’t it more expensive with shipping and all that?” We’re glad you asked that and we’d love to answer your question!

No.

Unlike many subscription services, we do not ask for membership fees or shipping fees of any kind, ever. There are no unnecessary fees to use Second Nature. You’re paying for a filter, and that’s all you pay for. It’s the same as going to the store except for the part where you go to the store, which you don’t have to do anymore because the filter comes to you in a nice fancy box.

Nice fancy box

Breathing clean air

Here at Second Nature, we work hard to craft a service that takes some hassle out of your everyday to-dos and gives you back some time. That’s not our only purpose though. The horrors of indoor air pollution are real. The air inside your home can be up to five times more polluted than the air outside. Most people think of smog outdoors when they think of air pollution, but that’s only one example of what and where air pollution can be. Dust mites, pollen, mold, pet dander, and other things can all make their way throughout your home and create a polluted environment that you might not even realize exists. Now that stuff is nasty, so we’ll spare any further details because you’d probably prefer to not hear about them.

What you should know is the vast majority of this stuff can slip right past a cheap-o fiberglass air filter. That’s why we only offer the good stuff, because we are well aware of the need for it. We provide filters that are designed to trap some of the most common indoor air pollutants, all the way down to the smallest particles like smoke.

In addition to the gift of convenience and time, you can give the gift of clean air as well. We are quite serious when we tell you that Second Nature is the perfect gift for your significant other this Christmas.

So give someone you love an air filter this Christmas. Their first shipment is entirely free so they can try it out at no cost. If they like it, great. If they don’t, they can give us a ring, and we’ll say “we appreciate you giving us a shot and all the best.”

Alec Lower
Alec Lower
Social Media and Content Specialist
After graduating from NC State, I joined Second Nature in the summer of 2018. I have always loved writing and enjoy blogging on subjects that are important to families and homeowners. Outside of work, I love to fish and am a huge college sports fan.