We understand the need for air purifiers in your home. They have become popular in recent years because studies have shown that they are known to potentially reduce the risk of allergies, help asthma sufferers, and provide an all-around cleaner living space.
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Americans typically spend about 90% of their time indoors. The majority of those individuals are infants, the elderly, and the sick. This makes it all the more important to have good quality air within the walls of your home. Part of the convenience of air purifiers is that they can be moved from room to room which allows you to clean the entire home and maintain clean air with just one unit if you choose. With their ease of use, air purifiers can remove pet dander, mold, dust and dust mites, allergens, and even cigarette smoke. When it comes to choosing the right unit for you, remember which pollutants are most prevalent in your home and the size of the area you want to purify. Units can vary in square foot coverage and even come in various fan speeds for optimum performance.
One last important thing to think of when choosing between a permanent filter and a replaceable one is that permanent filters reduce up to 99% of airborne pollutants, even pollen and dust, but are not recommended for odor removal. Replaceable filters are best for removing odors including tobacco smoke. Replaceable filters keep air at its freshest.