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Air Purifying Plants: Four Houseplants That Clean the Air

Clean home air is essential to keeping yourself and your family healthy. While we talk about air purifiers often on this blog, there are also complementary ways for you to improve your home air. One of the best of these is to get some houseplants that clean the air. Believe it or not, having plants in your home can make a large difference when it comes to the quality of the air you breathe. Here's what you need to know about air purifying plants and some of the best air cleaning plants you can easily keep in your house.  

  How Do Plants Clean the Air?

  Like all other life, plants exchange gases with the atmosphere. Unlike animals, plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen. During this process, they can also capture indoor pollutants and keep them from re-entering the air. The best air purifying plants not only increase the oxygen content of your home air, but also help to keep dangerous contaminants in check. Let's take a look at some of these air cleaning plants that you can keep in your very own home.  

  Chrysanthemum

  A NASA study into common air purifying plants found chrysanthemums to be among the best houseplants that clean the air. These common flowering plants can remove most major indoor pollutants, including formaldehyde, benzene and xylene. They're also hardy and easy to care for, and certain varieties do well in indoor pots.  

  Boston Fern

  Amazing though it may sound, the Boston fern you can pick up for a few dollars at a local grocery store is one of the best plants in the world for removing formaldehyde. This VOC is found in many household products and can have severe health impacts over time. By placing a few hardy Boston ferns around your home, you can help to reduce your exposure to it.  

  Mother-in-law's Tongue

  The varigated snake plant, better known as mother-in-law's tongue, is a hardy plant that grows well indoors. It is also good at removing xylene and trichloroethylene from the air in your home. If you're looking for an air purifying plant that's very easy to care for, this plant may be the one for you.  

  Peace Lily

  Rounding out our list of the best air purifying plants is the peace lily. This beautiful flowering plant is great at capturing acetone and benzene, the latter of which is a common carcinogen. As far as houseplants that clean the air go, the peace lily is both one of the most effective and most attractive.  

  Complementing Air Purifying Plants With an Air Purifier

  These air cleaning plants are great for helping your home to be healthier, but there are still some things they won't catch, such as bacteria and pollen. For this, you'll need an air purifier. Using both a high-quality residential air purifier and houseplants in your home can protect you from various gases, eliminate particulates and increase your home's oxygen content. Together, air purifiers and air purifying plants can complement each other to optimize the quality of the air you breathe daily.   Have questions about which air purifier is best for you? Contact us to receive personalized recommendations and answers to all of your home air-related questions.

What Are VOCs? Everything You Need to Know About Volatile Organic Compounds

You are probably already familiar with most of the substances that air purifiers remove from home air. Impurities like dander, pollen, dust or cigarette smoke are quite common in everyday life. One class of contaminant you might not be familiar with, though, is VOCs, or volatile organic compounds. These compounds, though less familiar, can be some of the most dangerous indoor air pollutants. In this post, we'll be answering the question of "What are VOCs," providing examples of VOCs and helping you better understand what you can do about volatile organic compounds in your home.  

  Just What Are VOCs?

  Simply put, VOCs are any carbon-based compound that can evaporate at room temperature and become airborne. VOCs don't include gases, such as carbon dioxide and monoxide, but do include more complex organic compounds with low boiling points. VOCs are often produced by products or objects in your home. As you'll see in the next section, you may be completely surrounded by sources of volatile organic compounds.  

  Examples of VOCs

  The next step in answering the question of "what are VOCs" is to identify some common ones. Some of the most common examples of VOCs include formaldehyde, benzene and xylene. What's scary about VOCs, though, isn't just what they are, but where they are. Any number of household products contain volatile organic compounds, including:  
  • Paints
  • Air fresheners
  • Composite wood boards used in furniture
  • Upholstery
  As you can see, products that could emit VOCs are extremely common. At this point, you might be asking yourself "What are VOCs doing in all of these products?" The quick answer is that volatile organic compounds aren't special, rare chemicals, but ones that you can find in any number of manufacturing processes. The problem is that they can concentrate in home air. As VOCs build up, they can cause and contribute to a variety of health issues.  

  What Makes Volatile Organic Compounds Dangerous?

  Like any other home air contaminant, VOCs enter your body through your respiratory system. When this happens, they can cause problems such as irritation, coughing and even severe headaches if they are concentrated enough. If you suffer from COPD, asthma or similar chronic conditions, they can also aggravate your existing symptoms. In extremely high concentrations, VOCs can contribute to the risk of cancer, though these cases are fairly rare.  

  How to Protect Yourself

  Now that we've answered the question "What are VOCs," the next one that comes up is "How do you protect yourself from them?" The best way to reduce or eliminate the amount of volatile organic compounds in your home air is to use an air purifier with carbon filtration. Carbon filters capture gases and VOCs, keeping them from circulating. Here are some of our top air purifiers for handling the common examples of VOCs explained above:     If you aren't sure whether or not your home has a VOC problem, you can also use a home air quality monitor, like the Foobot unit, to determine the VOC levels in the air you're breathing.   We hope this blog post has answered some of your most important questions about VOCs, such as "What are VOCs" and "Why are they dangerous?" If you have other questions about volatile organic compounds or how to protect yourself from them, feel free to contact us directly. We'll be happy to answer your questions and help you pick out an air purifier that will help protect you from these dangerous contaminants. If you want to see more options, you can also check out our complete selection of air purifiers for VOCs.

Best Air Purifiers for Small Rooms: Four Units for Your Small Space

If you've been looking for a way to improve the quality of the air you breathe every day, you might have noticed that many air purifiers have capacities larger than an office or small apartment. Though these larger units are wonderful for those with the space to use them, they can also be more than you need if you're only looking for a small space air purifier. Luckily, air cleaning systems come in all shapes, sizes and types. Here's what you need to know about small room air purifiers, as well as four of our picks for the best air purifiers for small rooms.  

  What Makes Small Room Air Purifiers Different?

  Typically, there are three differences that set small space air purifiers apart from their larger counterparts. First, they are designed to treat less air than units for large rooms or whole houses. Secondly, they are physically smaller, as they are usually made to fit into smaller spaces without taking up too much room. Finally, they are usually designed with an emphasis on low noise output. In a small, enclosed space, louder purifiers can be a bit of an annoyance. As a result, the best air purifiers for small rooms are usually those that make as little noise as possible.  

  What Are Small Space Air Purifiers Best For?

  For most people, a small space air purifier is best for use in specific rooms, such as bedrooms or offices. If you have a small studio apartment, though, a low-capacity air purifier may be able to cover your entire living area effectively.  

  Some of the Best Air Purifiers for Small Rooms

  If you're looking for small room air purifiers, you've come to the right place. At US Air Purifiers, we sell units for everything from small dorm rooms to large industrial facilities. Keep reading to learn about some of our best air purifiers for small rooms.  

  Blueair Blue Pure 211+

blueair 211 air purifier The Blueair Blue Pure 211+ is a compact, quiet small space air purifier that offers a 540 square foot capacity. This purifier is a bit unique among small room air purifiers, as it includes both particle and low-level carbon filtration for gases, odors and VOCs.  

Learn More About the Blueair Blue Pure 211+

 

Amaircare Roomaid

  Next on our list of the best air purifiers for small rooms is the Amaircare Roomaid. With true HEPA and VOC filtration, the Roomaid brings the filtration power of its larger cousin, the Amaircare 3000, into a smaller format.  

Learn More About the Amaircare Roomaid

 

  AllerAir AirMed 1 MG Exec UV

Part of AllerAir's popular AirMed line, the Exec UV is easily one of the best air purifiers for small rooms you'll find anywhere. This small space air purifier offers HEPA, carbon and UV filtration. This means it can eliminate everything from dust to viruses and bacteria. The Exec UV can cover up to 400 square feet of space.  

Learn More About the AllerAir AirMed 1 MG Exec UV

 

Airfree Lotus

Airfree

  One of the more interesting small room air purifiers is the Airfree Lotus. This unit uses a thermal core to eliminate particles, viruses, mold spores and bacteria. Without a carbon filter, though, it can't get rid of gases or VOCs. Even so, it still rates a mention among the best air purifiers for small rooms because of its innovative design and totally silent operation. This unit is a bit higher in capacity than others, being able to cover up to 650 square feet.

Learn More About the Airfree Lotus

  Though these are a few of our top small room air purifiers, they aren't the only ones we carry. You can check out more of our lineup of small space air purifiers by following the link below.  

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  If you need more help finding the best air purifiers for your small room, feel free to contact us directly, and we'll be happy to help you find the perfect air cleaning unit for your needs.

Silent Air Purifiers: Three Purifiers that Will Never Wake You up at Night

It's a fairly common misconception that air purifiers are loud, obnoxious machines that produce a constant vibrating noise. The truth is that most modern air purifiers are fairly quiet, and that the noisy machines most people think of are models from decades ago. If you're especially sensitive to noise, though, you may still find the low-level hum of a modern air purifier a little irritating. If that's the case, this post is for you! Today, we're looking at three of the top silent air purifiers: models that won't make any audible noise.  

  How Can Silent Air Purifiers Work?

  You might be wondering how silent air purifiers are possible, considering almost all air purifiers work by forcing air through a filter medium. The fact is that a filter-based unit can never be entirely silent, though there are some that are fairly close. For truly silent air purifiers, then, we have to turn to units that use methods other than filtering to remove impurities from the air.   The main alternative to filters is heat-based purification. An air purifier using this kind of system has a small, but very hot, thermal core that is used to purge particles from the air. These kinds of purifiers can eliminate dust, dander, pollen, bacteria, viruses, mold spores and many other particulate impurities. And, best of all, these units don't require a fan to force air through a filter, making them genuinely silent air purifiers.  

  Some of Our Top Silent Air Purifiers

  Though we carry far more traditional filter units, we do have some of these noise-free air purifiers. If you're looking for something for your office, bedroom or other space that needs to remain as quiet as possible, consider checking out these great air purifiers.  

  Airfree Onix 3000

    One of our leading silent air purifiers, the Airfree Onix 3000 is a thermal unit that can maintain high air quality in spaces of up to 650 square feet. This small unit is perfect for bedrooms, where it won't make so much  as a peep that might wake you up. The Onix also comes with a stress-relieving mood light to make it blend in better with your home decor.  

Learn More About the Airfree Onix 3000

 

  Vortex Air Purifier Lamp

   This air purifier built into a high-quality LED lamp was practically made for offices and study spaces. Small enough to fit on a desk and providing plenty of light, the lamp also has the ability to neutralize most harmful contaminants. The technology behind the Vortex air purifier lamp is somewhat different than the thermal technology discussed above, but it is still effective in removing up to 99 percent of airborne contaminants. Best of all, particularly for those who need to study, the Vortex is a completely silent air purifier.  

Learn More About the Vortex Air Purifier Lamp

 

  Airfree T800

  Do you need a completely silent air purifier, but don't have much of a budget? Don't worry, we've still got you covered! The Airfree T800 is a less powerful cousin of the Onix 3000, covering only 180 square feet but still providing excellent air cleaning. The T800 is a great option for smaller bedrooms, dorm rooms and other lower-space areas. Using the same technology as the Onix, the Airfree T800 eliminates all manner of organic contaminants. Best of all, this silent air purifier costs only $159, making it a budget-friendly option for those who need clean air with no noise.  

Learn More About the Airfree T800

  Have questions about our silent air purifiers? Don't worry, we're here to help. Feel free to contact us directly, and we'll be happy to answer your questions and help you find the air purifier that best fits your needs.

Healthy New Year: Five Ways an Air Purifier Can Improve Your Health in 2018

With the year winding down, many people are preparing their New Year's resolutions. As usual, many of them will relate to health and fitness. If you've made health-based resolutions in the past, you might have found they're difficult to keep up with. The good news is that there's an easy way to help improve your health in the new year that doesn't require gym memberships or committed diets. Here are five of the ways that getting yourself a home air purifier can support your health in 2018 and help you have a healthy new year.  

  Cut Down on Allergies

  Though spring may seem a long way off now, it's only a few months until trees and plants begin producing pollen that will saddle many people with seasonal allergies. If you suffer from allergies in the spring and fall, an air purifier is a great way to help relieve them. By removing pollen from your home air, a high-quality air purification unit can reduce your symptoms and make your allergic reactions less frequent.  

  Reduce Risk of Diabetes and Heart Disease

  It may surprise you to learn that air pollution has repeatedly been linked to increased risk of conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. If you want to have a healthy new year, why not start by reducing your risks of developing these conditions? An air purifier with carbon filtration can reduce air pollution in your home, helping to keep your exposure to harmful pollutants to a minimum.  

  Reduce Secondhand Smoke Effects

  If you live with a smoker, the quality of air in your home could be a major setback in your efforts to live a healthy new year. Getting an air purifier will help to keep your home free of smoke and ash, making it healthier for you. As an added bonus, the right purifier will also help to remove the odor of cigarette smoke, which can make your home more pleasant to live in.  

  Support Your Exercise Goals

  If you're setting health goals for 2018, there's a good chance that your plan includes exercising more. Getting the most out of your exercise means being able to breathe easily and deliver oxygen to your muscles. Since air pollution is well-known to reduce lung function, it could make it more difficult for you to get the most out of your workouts. Using an air purifier in your home can help to protect your lung function and support your overall fitness goals. If possible, you should try to maximize this benefit by doing as many of your workouts at home as possible, especially if you live in an area with generally poor air quality.  

  Help Protect Your Home From Mold

  Mold is one of the biggest health hazards in many homes. It can grow unnoticed for years, all the while putting out spores that can be harmful to your health. In some cases, mold can even be toxic. An air purifier will capture mold spores and keep you from breathing them in, protecting you from the worst of mold-related symptoms and keeping mold from spreading easily.  

  Top Air Purifiers for a Healthy New Year

  Of course, to get all of these benefits, you need an air purifier that removes many different kinds of contaminants. Below you'll find a few of our favorite all-around purifiers that will help you get rid of a wide range of airborne impurities:   Want help picking out the perfect air purifier to help you have a happy and healthy new year? We're here to help! Feel free to contact us, and we'll help you find the perfect air purifier for your needs.

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