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The air in our homes is a key issue that we should all take a moment to address. There are many factors contributing to in home air quality, some threats can be eliminated but others are always left behind. These include things such as second hand smoke from tobacco, potentially harmful gasses or fumes deriving from combustion sources that exhaust into the environment, mold spores (tiny microscopic seeds) that are generally mixed with the dust in our homes, pet hair and other numerous risks to our in home air quality. In home air purifiers are a monumental step in ensuring that we have cut out all of the possible ways that these hazards can linger. While there are many different ways to stop threats at the source, averting all potential air pollution is a nearly impossible feat. After all manageable sources of exposure have been taken care of it is essential to think about the benefits to using an in home air purifier.

Why buy an air purifier?

  • Spending Time at Home

    The average person will spend up to 65% or more of their time in their own homes and close to 90% of it indoors. With that large of a margin of our time being spent inside, it is highly beneficial to have an optimal environment.

  • HEPA Strong

    Air purifier HEPA filters trap 99.97% of airborne particles and allergens, bringing the count down to 0.3 microns in diameter. Some air purifiers are able to trap up to 100% of dust and allergens in our homes.

  • Pet Allergens

    Fel d 1, the primary allergen found on cats, is less likely to cause you an allergic or asthmatic reaction when using an air purifier with a HEPA filter in your home. According to the University of Virginia Asthma and Allergic Diseases Center, exposure to even a single cat is enough to induce an allergic response.