How do I know which air purifier to choose?
Since there are different types of air purifiers that all vary in their effectiveness based on different problems, you should first determine what problem you are trying to solve. Some air purifiers are better at removing particles, others are better at getting rid of odor and some are better at removing chemicals. Once you’ve determined the problem, determine the best technology and choose the right model for the room size.
If you have asthma or morning congestion, you would want to look at purchasing a HEPA air purifier, especially one to keep in the bedroom. If you have a moldy basement, you would require an air purifier that can remove both airborne mold spores, as well as the musky odor. If you have a smoker in the house, you would need an air purifier with activated carbon. If you home has indoor pets, you’ll need an air purifier that can trap and remove pet dander from the air. If you have no specific purpose other than improving overall indoor air quality, then any of our purifiers will work for you.