Spring has finally sprung in Minneapolis, which unfortunately means that allergies season is coming back. Air purifiers are proven to help get rid of allergens in the air like dust, pollen, and pet dander. When getting air purifiers, you’ll want to find the rooms with the most allergens to eliminate them from the source. Most air purifiers are effective for one room, so it is important to get the most out of your air purification systems.
5. Living Rooms
The living room is one of the main areas of your home your whole family enjoys. If your family spends a lot of time together in the living room, it is a good place for your air purifier. Between dust, pet dander, and germs, you can make your living room the healthiest place in your home.
Air purifiers can also get rid of foul smells. Your bathroom can be odorless and have clean air. It can also reduce the amount of mold from the heat and moisture from the shower.
Cooking is great, especially when bringing the family together. However, the heat can produce moisture in the air, creating mold spores and other bacteria.
You spend about one-third of your life sleeping, which means you spend about the same amount of time in your bedroom. With that much time in your room, it can improve the way you breathe. Infants and children are more susceptible to respiratory issues, making air purifiers more important to their health.
To make sure your home has clean air, there are whole home options to put by your main furnace and air conditioning vents. It is best to keep windows closed while your air purifier is running so that it can clean the air in your home more effectively.
If you’re interested in keeping your family healthy with an air purifier, contact us. We are happy to help you with your HVAC and air quality needs. Check out our virtual diagnostics to keep social distancing while getting the answers you need to your HVAC questions.