If anyone in your home suffers from respiratory ailments, or you are simply concerned about indoor-air quality, you may be wondering what the differences are between air cleaners and air purifiers. The straight answer is that an air cleaner and an air purifier are, and do, the same thing — remove airborne contaminants to make your home's indoor-air quality more healthful.
Air purifiers can provide relief from spring and fall pollen allergies, as well as other air contaminants, but only if you use them correctly. Correct use includes finding just the right location for your air purifier.
Do you want to improve the air quality in your household? Adding an air cleaner is an effective way to reduce the dust, allergens and asthmatic triggers within your home. Reducing these triggers can help you breathe easier and contribute to a healthier home all year long.
Electronic air cleaners can be an integral component for any homeowner’s indoor air quality strategy – if the systems are clean. With allergy season on the way, make sure you’re maximizing the effectiveness of your air cleaner with regular cleaning, and you’ll enjoy better indoor air quality with fewer allergy and respiratory issues for household occupants.
Airborne debris in your Indiana home can worsen allergies and asthma, cause odors, and allow mold and mildew to spread. While standard fiberglass HVAC filters protect your system from dirt, they don't do much to clean the air. To improve your indoor air quality by removing fine dust, pollen and smoke particles, an electronic air cleaner is one of your best options.