Category : Air Purifiers

We hand select the air purifiers that we sell!  We don't sell many brands/models, and there is a reason why.  Not all air purifiers are created equal and we have done our research!  Our selection of air purifiers can help homes with a little bit of stench, allergy sufferers and asthmatics alike

2 Item(s)

Set Ascending Direction

2 Item(s)

Set Ascending Direction
Use and benefits of purifiers: Dust, pollen, pet dander, mold spores, and dust mite feces can act as allergens, triggering allergies in sensitive people. Smoke particles and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) can pose a risk to health. Exposure to various components such as VOCs increases the likelihood of experiencing symptoms of sick building syndrome. Additionally, with the advancement in technology, air purifiers are becoming increasingly capable of capturing a greater number of bacterial, virus, and DNA damaging particulates. Air purifiers are used to reduce the concentration of these airborne contaminants and are very useful for people who suffer from allergies and asthma.[2] Technological and scientific studies are also finding that poor air quality can be a contributing factor of some forms of cancer, respiratory illnesses, COPD, and other pulmonary infections and illnesses. Air purifiers also reduce the need for frequent room and area cleaning of dust. It is important to note that HEPA filters filter to 0.3 Microns and help to eliminate larger particles but are not certified through the FDA to improve indoor air quality. It is most beneficial to get an air filter that will filter particles smaller than 0.3 microns.