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Is it a Good Idea to Have an Indoor Air Cleaner For Your Home?
12
November

By jsg / in /

Is it a Good Idea to Have an Indoor Air Cleaner For Your Home?

Many studies show that indoor air is often more polluted than outdoor air. Small spaces and poor ventilation are usually the cause of harmful airborne particles accumulating inside your house. This greatly hampers indoor air quality. Residents constantly breathing such stale and polluted air can face health problems and respiratory issues or allergies. Clean, breathable air is as crucial as comfortable indoor temperature for people in the Bay Area and anywhere for that matter.

So, what can you do to ensure that indoor air is clean and pollutant free? Indoor air cleaners are available in the market. Here are some of the benefits of getting one for your home.

  1. Providing clean air

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air is five times more polluted than outside air. Polluted air can cause many health problems amongst residents; especially in children and old people. If you want to keep family members away from respiratory illnesses and airborne diseases, an indoor air cleaner is a good investment.

  1. Removing foul smells

There are many substances inside the house that have strong odors. There are a lot of smells emanating from the kitchen. All the food that is cooked or even the waste you throw, gives out certain odors. While keeping the house clean can certainly keep most odors away, even cleaning supplies have pungent smells. These types of smells can cause discomfort, such as headaches, nausea, or even compel allergies to be more frequent to residents. An indoor air cleaner can help get rid of these kinds of smells and keep the air inside, clean, fresh, and odor-free.

  1. Neutralizing smoke

Indoor smoke contributes greatly to indoor air pollution and a bad smell that gets trapped in your upholstery. Whether it is smokers in the house or the smoke from your fireplace in winters, the pollution in the house can reach dangerous levels and must be eliminated. Indoor air cleaners can keep your home smoke and smell-free.

  1. Removing airborne and seasonal allergens

Indoor air has a lot of tiny bacteria and allergens like mold and pollen floating in it. These can cause breathing issues, allergies, headaches, nausea, and many other problems for the health of residents. It’s necessary to get rid of such airborne allergens that are harmful to your body. Air cleaners remove allergens in the air and make it clean and comfortable for breathing.

  1. Trapping dust particles

Dust is something that is always present in homes. No matter how much cleaning you do, there will be dust. You may not be able to eliminate it completely from the house, but it can surely be managed. Dust must be trapped before it can settle onto your floors, furniture, and linen. Air purifiers do just this. They trap the dust particles before they settle down, so that you do not push them into the air again while cleaning.

  1. Removing carbon dioxide

All the residents in the house; including pets; breathe in oxygen and release carbon dioxide. If your house does not have reliable ventilation, a lot of carbon dioxide can accumulate inside. This is harmful to health. Air cleaners are equipped to expel this gas.


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