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A HEPA air purifier can improve your indoor air quality

Air quality in the homes of Americans is not something that is often thought of as polluted, but that could very well be the case in many of American homes. A percentage of outside pollutants find their way into our home no matter how careful we are of keeping windows and doors closed. Polluted air causes a variety of health problems including asthma and allergies.

A recent article by Headlines & Global News “Study: 25 Percent of Outdoor Air Pollution Can Still Get Indoors” details findings from a recent study from the World Health Organization on indoor air pollution. This study found that on average 25 percent of outdoor air pollutants find their way into consumers’ homes. This greatly impacts their breathing and their overall health by subjecting their body to harmful chemicals, organisms, molds and bacteria. Pollutants commonly come from combustion engines, manufacturing plants, household appliances and wind swept dirt containing fungus and mold.

Homeowners don’t often realize the significance of their low indoor air quality due to no foul smell or visual clues. The best defense against the air quality is to have an indoor air purifier to remove these harmful irritants from the air you breathe.  Manufacturers such as Austin Air produce a full line of air purifiers to meet varying homeowner’s needs. The machines use a combination of HEPA and carbon filters to remove even the smallest pollutant particles. Models are available for different home square footage’s as well as specific conditions such as allergies and owners of pets. Polluted air is constantly entering the home so it is critical that homeowners use an air purifier continuously for the best air quality. If you would like more information on how to improve your air quality, please contact us.

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Benefit from the Use of Austin Air Room Air Purifiers

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Despite improvements to our air quality, unhealthy air still poses a threat to approximately 58% of Americans. Because of pollutants such as smog, smoke, dust, and pollens, people throughout the country suffer from environmental sensitivities, allergies, asthma, bronchitis, and more.

Most of us can’t control our outdoor or work environment. However, you can have control over the air in your home by using an air purifier, such as an Austin Air Room Air Purifier.

Air purifiers capture potentially harmful airborne pollutants and reduce your risk of breathing unsafe air-borne contaminants like dust, mold, bacteria, and viruses. This in turn reduces your chances of becoming ill or having an allergy or asthma attack.

However, air purifiers are only as useful as you make them. To ensure they are truly effective be sure to:

  • Place them properly. Set your air purifier on the floor in an area where it won’t be obstructed or impaired by other household items such as furniture, draperies, or swinging cupboard doors.
  • Clean them regularly. As with most things we own, an air purifier is only effective when well maintained. Keep the outside of your unit clean and replace the filters on schedule. Additionally, vacuum, sweep, and dust your home to help reduce the amount of contaminants.
  • Choose wisely. Not all air purifiers are created equal.   Air purifiers that produce even a small amount of ozone may inflame health problems. Experts recommend using High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters.

For the best air-purifying system, Austin Air Room Air Purifiers offer you:

  • Best filtration with HEPA and carbon filters
  • Best warranty with a five-year mechanical warranty
  • Best value with a five-year pro-rated filter warranty
  • Best support with a 30-day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee

And we offer you the Austin line at the best prices along with free shipping throughout the continental U.S. To learn more about our Austin product line or to find other helpful products to keep your home comfortable year-round, contact us.

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