Air purifiers are phenomenal tools to add to a home to improve the indoor air quality. That being said, not all air purifiers are the same. Make sure to choose a machine that will actually eliminate airborne contaminants so they don't blow back into the space.
OK, we don't want to be the ones to tell you this, but the air you're breathing is probably not great. (You can thank pollutants, allergens, mold spores, dust, pet hair, and more for that.) So, now that that's out of the way, the question is, how do you fix this? For one, you could move to a remote cabin in the middle of nowhere that's surrounded by trees and vastly open acres of land. But, whether you don't want to do that or you simply can't afford property taxes right now, don't fear, because there's an alternate solution: Air purifiers.
"Air purifiers cleanse the air by pulling it into the unit’s system using an internal fan and running it through an interconnected series of filters," mold and air quality expert Michael Rubino told Esquire. "The filters capture small particles (and gasses, depending on the air purifier brand) and recirculate the cleansed air back into the indoor space." Essentially, these efficient devices work by filtering air through microscopic filters and trapping the allergens, saving you from inhaling bad-for-you particles. Having an air filter in homes or offices can also help people combat allergies, respiratory problems, and infectious diseases as well as clear the air of things like smoke, dust, and airborne bacteria.
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