So an air purifier will magically solve all of my problems?
We wish it was true.
Think of it this way: your allergy medication helps to relieve your symptoms by working with your body. An oem air purifier helps to relieve those same symptoms by working to prevent your body from exposure to the triggers. It’s a small but important distinction.
Overall, we think that air purifiers are pretty great, but we should add a few words of caution:
- Not all air purifiers are created equally. There are plenty of air purifiers on the market that use technology that simply doesn’t work. Here at Air Purifiers America we don’t stock ineffective products. We offer only proven and tested units that actually deliver pure air.
- Air purifiers aren’t a cure-all. We wish they were, and though we have thousands of customers that swear by their air purifiers, the reality is that home air purifiers can bring relief, but they won’t cure your asthma or allergies.
- Air purifiers won’t clean your house for you. Trust us, we would love to give up dusting (and vacuuming and laundry), too, but air purifiers are limited to cleaning the air that is circulating in your home. They help lessen the long-term accumulation of dust, but they can’t pick up any pollutants that have already settled out of the air, or dirt that’s been tracked in by your puppy. So even though you may notice that you don’t have to dust or sweep as frequently, we can’t promise you perpetually clean floors and furniture.
That said, the list of “can do’s” is far great than the list of “can’t do’s”.
View our selection of top-rated multi-purpose units to get an idea of the selection of “can do” units that address many concerns.
Do Air Purifiers Work?
Ok, I get what air purifiers do (and don’t do). But are they effective?
A really common follow up question that we get is “I get what these things do, but do air purifiers work?”
The answer is an unqualified and enthusiastic “Yes”!
Air purifiers work to relieve many breathing related concerns—allergies, asthma or odors, for example—by dealing with a major source of these problems and replacing your pollutant-filled air with the pure air.
Without an air purifier, your lungs are the air purifier.
In fact, a well-designed and well-built air purifier can be used to effectively trap over 99% of the pollutants in your indoor air: pollutants that would otherwise end up in your nasal passages, throat and lungs. Use of a good air purifier will have a significant impact on your indoor air quality.