Get the Purified Air You Deserve

How Does an Air Purifier Work? 

 
Most Americans spend 90 percent of their time indoors. Indoor air is more polluted than outdoor air. Most of the pollutants easily pass through the throat or nose directly into your lungs. Air purifiers are designed to help remove odors and airborne particles from air passing through a filter.

You can protect yourself and your family from air pollution by purifying the air. Air purifiers can remove those pollutants, making that air safe. Three steps are involved in air purification.

First, the dirt air is brought in using fans via an intake grill that is normally found on the back or the front of the unit. Then, the air passes through filters. This removes all the pollutants, allergens and any other pollutants from the air.

The last step involves redistribution of the purified air. A powerful fan distributes the purified air back into the room. Some air purifiers come with ionizers that produce negatively charged ions. These ions attach to pollen, dander and other positively charged impurities to form larger particles. The larger particles are easily trapped by the filter.

Choosing the Right Air Purifier

Choosing the right air purifier for your home can be challenging. You may need to consult an expert to help you in selecting your purifier. You can also follow these steps when choosing your air purifier. To start with, you need to select the room size. This will help choose a purifier that fully fits in your room. You also need to identify the problem that you should address. You can buy an air purifier to remove dust, allergens, eliminate odors or reduce germs. Select a cleaner with the highest clean air delivery rate.


How Does an Air Purifier Help your Home?

Air purifier can improve the health of your family. It removes dust, allergens, reduces gems and eliminates odors. Removing these pollutants saves your family from respiratory diseases.

Contaminated air can damage the lungs, cause coughing, chest pain, throat irritation and shortness of breath. It can also worsen respiratory elements such as asthma and lower the ability of your body to resist respiratory infections.

People who have allergy and asthma are more prone to adverse effects of high levels of contaminants in air. You reduce asthma attacks when you purify indoor air. This can save you from spending money on treating such ailments.

Want the fresh purified air in your Boise home? Call Wickstrom Plumbing Heating & Cooling at (208) 350-6413 and breathe in the purified air you deserve.