Air purifiers have become a sought-after appliance in the past few years. Designed to clean the air in your home and remove various kinds of impurities like odors and dust, an air purifier is easily recognized as a valuable addition to any home.
Here Denco Services, a cooling and heating repair expert, answers some frequently asked questions about air purifiers and air quality.
How Do Air Purifiers Work?
Air purifiers have a filter or multiple filters and a fan to suck in and circulate air. When air flows through the filter of an air purifier, particles and other pollutants are captured, allowing clean air to be pushed back out into the living space.
What Do Air Purifiers Filter Out?
Most air purifiers are made to capture particles like dust, pet dander and pollen — the most common pollutant particles in the air. They’re not designed to catch gases like VOCs (volatile organic compounds) or radon, however. Furthermore, air purifiers aren’t designed to capture allergens that are embedded in your flooring and furniture.
What Should I Consider When Buying an Air Purifier?
Much like in buying a piece of HVAC equipment or enlisting a heating service, there are certain factors that you should consider before buying an air purifier:
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