1. Do I really need an air purifier in my home?
It depends on several factors, including your own comfort level and what the
indoor air quality is in your home. There are several factors to take into
consideration, however.
First and foremost, many  amazon air purifier health organizations agree that indoor air quality
is often worse than outdoor air quality. In fact, for many people, indoor
allergens and irritants such as dust, smoke and pet dander may be two to five
times as bad in their homes as outdoors!
There are several indications that you may benefit from an air purifier in
your home. Reasons to get an air purifier include:

  • Allergy symptoms such as itchy, watery eyes and runny nose
  • Itchy, dry skin or frequent skin rashes
  • Asthma or other breathing problems
  • Being or living with a smoker
  • Owning indoor pets
  • Mold or mildew in your home

2. Do all air purifiers clean the same kinds of pollutants from the air?
No. Although all air cleaners clean certain particulates from the air, there are
differences in what and how they clean. Some remove dust and particulates such
as pet dander and smoke very effectively, while others will actually eliminate
bacteria, viruses and molds and mildew. But very few will do all of these
things, so be sure to read the article Understanding Air Purifiers for a more
detailed outline of what each type can and can’t do to improve the air quality
in your home.
3. How do I know what size air purifier to get for my home?
Actually, most air purifiers are designed for individual room use rather than
for the whole home. Unless you have an air purifier or air filtration system
that has been installed on your heating or air conditioning unit, you should get
separate units for each room or living space.
The reason you need separate units for each room is because effectiveness is
affected by air flow, and walls mean no air circulation. Each room will need its
own unit.
To determine what size you need, look for the CADR number. This number indicates
the Clean Air Delivery Rate, which should always equal at least 2/3 the total
square footage of the room you will be using the air purifier in. For example, a
10′ X 12′ room has 120′ square feet, and needs a purifier with a CADR number of
at least 80.
4. What is Ozone and is it safe for indoors?
Ozone is a tasteless, colorless gas made up of three oxygen atoms. It can be
found in the upper atmosphere and is naturally produced by thunderstorms during
electric discharge.

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