Home Air Cleaners

By: Eric Morris

These are the air cleaners used for reducing indoor pollutants (indoor here refers to home). These air cleaners are especially helpful for those who suffer from asthma, hay fever or other allergies. Believe it or not, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside our homes is 10 times more polluted than the air outside! The reason for this is that our homes are so poorly ventilated that airborne pollutants such as pollen, mold, dust, cigarette smoke, and pet dander can easily accumulate.

Many would rather get a portable air purifier instead of a home air cleaner (one that links into your existing central heating and cooling system to provide clean air to your whole house) simply because of its low cost. However, the long-term cost of maintaining a portable air purifier, and its effectiveness, have slowly but surely changed the preferences of many potential buyers, and converted the existing users.

There are some essential points that buyers should keep in mind about home air cleaners: home cleaners are less noisy; hence, they give the peace and quiet that every home should enjoy. They are also normally hidden out of sight in the home; thus there will be no unsightly devices in view of your family and friends. They clean the entire home, and not just one portion of the house. Home air cleaners only require maintenance once a year.

Air cleaners have become an essential part of our lives, be they in the work environment or in our homes. We cannot deny that our daily lives are being compromised by many day-to-day activities, and something as natural as breathing has also become hazardous to our lives. Air cleaners help us to preserve the quality of our lives and reduce the risk of many diseases and health hazards.

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