Air purifiers are designed to remove contaminants from the air indoors, such as dust particles, pollen, pet dander, and pollutants like smoke and chemical fumes. They can help reduce allergies or asthma symptoms and improve indoor air quality.
Professionally installed air purifiers improve your indoor air quality in the following ways:
1. Reduce Indoor Pollutants Concentration
Pollutants like pollen, pet dander, mold spores and dust particles can be greatly reduced with the help of an air purifier. An air purifier traps them on a filter or electrically charges them so they stick to other surfaces. This helps reduce allergic reactions and improve the quality of your indoor air.
2. Reduce Allergens
Allergens like pollen, dust mites, pet hair and fur can circulate inside your home and cause allergy symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes, or a runny nose. Air purifiers help to capture these allergens and remove them from the air. This can reduce your symptoms and make living in your home more comfortable.
3. Neutralize Odors
Air purifiers are also great for neutralizing odors from pets, cooking, or smoke. The filters of an air purifier will trap these odors and help keep your air smelling clean and fresh.
4. Improve Air Flow
Air purifiers help improve your house’s airflow by drawing polluted air into the unit, trapping and filtering out pollutants, and then releasing clean and fresh air back into the house. Doing so helps maintain good indoor air circulation throughout your home.
5. Reduce Dust and Pet Dander
Dust and pet dander can be major contributors to indoor air pollution. Air purifiers help trap these particles on their filters, reducing the dust and dander circulating in your home. This helps to reduce allergic reactions and improve overall air quality.
An up-to-date air purifier must be checked and serviced regularly by a professional. This helps keep the filters in good condition, maintain peak performance and ensure that your air purifier works as efficiently as possible.