We spend most of our times indoors. Therefore, we need to keep our indoors healthy. For this we need good Living Air purifiers that not only keep the indoor air clean and fresh, but also keep you away from diseases and infections. So, here’s some things you need to consider when buying an air purifier so that you don’t make a wrong choice.
1. What kind of air purifier to choose?
You need to know your indoor air quality first and then decide which type of air purifier to buy. If the indoor air is causing allergies, you need an air purifier that is specially designed for allergy relief. HEPA filters and other High Efficiency Particulate Air filters can filter almost 99.97% of common allergens sized at 0.3 microns and larger. So, most pollutants like dust, dust mites, pollen, mold spores, pet dander and ragweed can be eliminated by HEPA air purifiers very effectively.
If you are looking for an air purifier just to improve your indoor air quality can consider all varieties of air purifiers that choose the one which goes well with the room size, brand, features, filtration process and color.
2. What Size Do You Need?
To choose the right size of air purifier you need to consider the square footage of your room. Now you can go to the shop and find an air purifier recommended for the square foot coverage area. You can find this in the air purifier’s specifications under “Manufacturer-Suggested Room Size” on its product pages.
3. What Features Do You Need to look for?
Once you have decided on the type and size of your air purifier, you need to consider which other special features you need to look for. The special features may include filter change indicators, caster wheels, digital controls, remote controls, handles for easy mobility, multiple fan speeds, programmable timers, air quality sensors, and so on. These features would only add to your convenience to operation which may lead to better performance.
If you are looking for air purifiers which can eliminate allergies or asthma creating pollutants from the living air, then please consider the air purifier’s air change per hour (ACH) rate. ACH denotes the number of times an air purifier can screen the whole volume of air in the treatment space per hour. Air purifiers with ACH of at least 4 times per hour are best for allergy and asthma sufferers.
4. Where to install your Air Purifier?
Air purifiers must be installed in the room you spend most of your time. Ideally, it should be installed in every room. Therefore, it can also be a good idea to buy a portable air purifier that is designed primarily to purify the air in the room you want.
5. How Much Maintenance is Needed?
Before choosing your brand-new air purifiers, you must know about how many times and how regularly you should replace the filters. The manufacturer’s recommended filter change intervals to preserve the unit’s high level of pollutant elimination is one of the important features.