What are the benefits of having an air purifier in your home? You may not realize it, but your home’s air is probably stale, with many particles that could irritate your eyes, nasal passages, and lungs. From allergens to bacteria, the indoor air you breathe can be littered with pollutants that are impossible to see with the naked eye.
Air purifiers operate like air pollution cleaners, reducing indoor air pollution. With that comes many different benefits that might make you and your family more comfortable in your home. Discover the many benefits of having an air purifier in your home below.
HEPA filters can capture small particles, including allergens. Whether you’re allergic to your pet, plants trees, indoor mould, or other airborne particles, the filters can remove your specific allergen from the air. With less exposure to the allergen, you will have a weaker allergic response and may be significantly more comfortable.
Quality air purifiers can also remove bacteria, mould spores, and even some viruses from the air. When you think of disinfectants you probably think of household cleaners that can kill these pathogens on the surfaces in your home, from the kitchen counter to your toilet bowl. However, they are also in your air, floating around in droplets. HEPA air purifiers can disinfect your home’s air, trapping many of these pathogens so that they can no longer float around. This can reduce your odds of getting sick.
Struggling with seasonal allergies during this time of year? Air purifiers can help! To learn more about how they can improve your indoor air quality, please contact Appleby Systems today!
From car exhaust to cleaning sprays, there are many ways that harmful chemicals get into the air in your home. You may have volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in your air and other chemicals like plates, ammonia, chlorine, and more. HEPA filters that include carbon filters can absorb these chemicals so that you don’t breathe them in. It is essential to replace these carbon cartridges on schedule because they can later release the chemicals that they absorbed.
Asthma has many different triggers. You might be triggered by pollutants in the air, whether it is allergens, pollen, chemicals, mould spores, dust mites, or other particles. Air purifiers can reduce your exposure to your trigger and thereby relieve your asthma symptoms. If you talk to your doctor about what your asthma triggers may be, you can select an air purifier that can absorb them.
HEPA filters with carbon cartridges can absorb odours from your air, whether it's kitchen smells from cooking, or various other odours you might find in your home. It’s no secret that unpleasant smells can have a negative effect on your enjoyment, so finding a quality air purifier that works is key.
Want to improve your air quality in your home? Air purifiers can help! To learn more about air filters and their benefits, contact our team at Appleby Systems today.