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Humidifier or Air Purifier: Which Is Better for Allergies?

If you suffer from allergies, you've probably heard that both air purifiers and humidifiers can help keep your symptoms under control. While both do help, they approach the problem of allergies in very different ways. One common question people have is whether humidifiers or air purifiers are better for allergy relief. Here's what you need to know about how each of these devices helps with allergies and which one is really better.  

How Humidifiers Help With Allergies

  For some people with allergies, a personal humidifier may help alleviate symptoms. Maintaining higher levels of humidity can help the mucus membranes in your mouth and nose block pollen. Through this mechanism, higher humidity can actually be a good tool in fighting seasonal allergies. In other words, a humidifier helps to support your body in preventing allergic reactions.  

How Air Purifiers Help With Allergies

  Air purifiers, on the other hand, trap pollen and other allergens before they enter your body. With an air purifier, you can keep more allergens out of your home air. Air purifiers continue helping improve your home air quality, even if you aren't experiencing allergies already. As such, an air purifier can be thought of as a more proactive solution to allergy problems.  

Which Is Better for Allergies, Humidifiers or Air Purifiers?

  While they both have their merits, a good air purifier is the better solution when it comes to allergies. Humidifiers can alleviate symptoms and help your body cope during allergy season. Air purifiers, on the other hand, can actively remove allergens from the air you breathe at home.   Air purifiers also have the advantage of removing other contaminants that could affect your health. Air purifiers for allergies come equipped with HEPA filters. These filters can capture dust, mold spores, dander and other solids, not just pollen. So, even after allergy season is over, your air purifier can still help you breathe cleaner air.  

Using Air Purifiers and Humidifiers Together

  That isn't to say, though, that you shouldn't use a humidifier when your allergies flare up. If you suffer from heavy seasonal allergies, the best approach is to use both together. This way, you can get the protection of an air purifier and the symptom-alleviating effects of a humidifier at the same time.   Have more questions about air purifiers and how they can help you breathe easier? We're here to help! Feel free to contact us with your questions and we'll be happy to provide you with answers and personalized product recommendations based on your needs.    

Traveling in 2022? Take These Travel Sized Air Purifiers With You

After two years of pandemic-related travel restrictions, many of us are ready to hit the road going into 2022. While the urge to get out and explore the world again is completely understandable, it's also important to take precautions to keep yourself and your family safe. One of the ways you can do this is by bringing a travel sized air purifier with you to use in hotel rooms, cabins or Airbnbs. Here are three of our top travel air purifiers that are small enough to fit into your luggage and come along with you on your next road trip.  

Airfree T800

  Part of Airfree's line of filterless air purifiers, the T800 is one of the smallest purifiers you'll find on the market today. At just 10.4 inches long and 5.1 inches in diameter, the T800 will easily fit in your car or even into your suitcase when you're traveling. This small air purifier will clean the air in spaces of up to 180 square feet. As a result, it's perfect for use in hotel rooms.  

Amaircare Roomaid

  Next and likely the best travel air purifier is the small yet powerful Amaircare Roomaid. This powerful combination HEPA and carbon filtered air purifier covers up to 300 square feet of space. It also has a 360-degree intake for maximum airflow. Despite its capacity, the Roomaid is still quite small, coming in at 7.5 inches by 8.5 inches and weighing just 5 pounds. If you need a powerful air purifier to take with you on the road, the Roomaid is likely your best option.  

SPT 3000i

  Finally, the Sunpentown 3000i rounds out our list of travel air purifiers. Like the Roomaid, this air purifier provides both carbon and HEPA filtration, making it a good all-purpose air purifier for small spaces. It does have somewhat lower capacity, though, as it is only rated for spaces of up to 180 square feet. The 3000i is a bit bigger at almost 15 inches high, but is still small enough to be easily packed into the car when you travel.     Traveling with a compact air purifier is one of many ways to make sure you stay safe and breathe higher-quality air on the road. Check out one of these three great models before your next trip!   Have questions about which air purifier is right for your needs? We're here to help! Feel free to contact us with your questions, and we'll be happy to provide you with answers and personalized product recommendations.      

How Do I Know if an Air Purifier Is Working?

With most home appliances, it's easy to tell if they're working or not. Air purifiers, however, are a little different. Because the contaminants they remove aren't visible to the naked eye, it isn't always easy to know how well your air purifier is functioning. Here are two ways you can know if an air purifier is working.  

Check for Air Flow

  The simplest way to see if your air purifier is working properly is to check the fan. Put a hand near the air purifier's intake or outlet. If you can feel a strong, steady flow of air, your unit is functioning normally. If not, you may have a clogged filter that's making it difficult for air to pass through. Be aware, though, that some air purifiers have different fan speed settings. A unit that's on a low setting may not move much air. Try cycling the air purifier through its fan speeds to make sure that air is moving through it freely.  

Use an Indoor Air Quality Meter

  Although the method described above is simple, it's far from perfect. To really make sure that your air purifier is functioning properly, consider using an indoor air quality meter. These devices measure contaminants in your indoor air and report on overall air quality. If you air purifier isn't working properly, your meter should show considerable changes in your indoor air quality.   Air quality meters are also useful for determining what kind of air quality issues you may have. Homes can be full of hidden pollution sources, as well as allergens. Using a quality meter, you can get a better idea of what is affecting your home air.  

What to Do If Your Air Purifier Isn't Working Properly

  More often than not, air purifiers that aren't working properly need their filters changed. A clogged filter can impede air flow and make an air purifier far less effective than it normally would be. For purifiers that have several filter stages, it's important to keep up with routine changes for each stage. Different filter types require changing at different intervals, so be sure to consult your owners manual for a filter change schedule. You can also use our filter change reminder tool to automatically track your filter schedule.   In the event your air purifier really isn't working, consult your manufacturer's warranty to find out about repair or replacement. Most manufacturers offer limited warranties on their air purifiers. If something goes wrong with your unit during the warranty period, there's a good chance the maker will be able to help you fix the problem.   Being able to tell if your air purifier is working is very important for making sure your home air quality remains high. Using these simple tips, you can ensure your air purifier remains in good working order.   Have more questions about air purifiers? We're here to help! Feel free to contact us with your questions, and we'll be happy to provide you with answers and product recommendations based on your needs.    

5 Reasons to Get an Air Purifier in 2022

The new year is almost here. With 2021 in the books, we're all looking forward to a 2022 full of fresh opportunities. The new year is also a perfect time to make better decisions with regards to your health and well-being. One of the simplest ways to do this is to give yourself the gift of clean air with a home air purifier. Here are five reasons you should consider getting an air purifier in 2022.  

Clean Air Will Help You Sleep Better

  We all know that sleep is important for overall health. What not everyone knows, though, is that low air quality could be affecting your beauty sleep. Studies have shown that people living in heavily polluted areas are up to 60 percent more likely to have trouble sleeping. Fortunately, a good bedroom air purifier can help you with this problem. For use in the bedroom, we recommend the Austin Air Bedroom Machine.  

COVID-19 Is Still a Factor

  Although things have improved since the start of the pandemic, it's still important to be aware of the possibility of transmitting COVID-19 indoors. While masks and vaccines are the most important tools for reducing transmission, HEPA air purifiers have also proven to be useful supporting tools. HEPA filters can capture virus-sized particles, thus reducing the likelihood of transmitting COVID-19 among people in your home.  

Pollution Poses Major Health Risks

  We've always known that air pollution is unhealthy, but the past several years have shown us just how much damage it really does. New research has linked high pollution levels to everything from heart disease to a variety of cancers. Ambient air pollution is even believed to account for about 7 million deaths worldwide each year. Protecting yourself from air pollution should be a top priority if you're trying to improve your health in 2022. While there's only so much you can do about the pollution in your city or town, you can use a high-quality air purifier with HEPA and carbon filters to reduce the amount of pollution in your home air.  

Your Air Purifier Can Help When Allergy Season Arrives

  Although we're at the start of winter right now, spring is only a few months away. When the warmer weather arrives, many of us will begin suffering from seasonal allergies. One of the best reasons to get an air purifier in 2022 is to head off the runny noses, sneezing and watery eyes that come with springtime. Air purifiers with HEPA filters can easily capture pollen and keep irritating allergens out of your home air.  

Your House May Be Full of Hidden VOC Sources

  VOCs, or volatile organic compounds, are chemicals that easily become gaseous and can be harmful to human health. Surprisingly, most homes are full of hidden VOC sources. Building materials, engineered wood in furniture and even vinyl flooring can give off VOCs. Air purifiers with carbon filters are able to filter out these gases, improving the quality of your home air.   As you can see, there are many good reasons to buy an air purifier in 2022. From helping with allergies to letting you get a better night's sleep, air purifiers and the clean air they provide are a must-have for the modern home. Check out our complete selection of the best home air purifiers to find the model that's right for you.   Have questions or aren't sure which air purifier to pick? We're here to help! Feel free to contact us directly, and we'll be happy to provide you with answers and personalized product recommendations based on your needs.  

Where Is the Best Place to Put an Air Purifier in a Room?

When buying an air purifier, there are many factors you need to consider. Capacity, filter type and features are all important to think about as you go through the purchasing process. One factor that often gets overlooked, though, is where to put your air purifier once you have it. So, where is the best place to put an air purifier in a room once you've decided on the perfect model? Keep reading for some of our top tip on air purifier placement!  

Position the Air Purifier Close to the Source of Contaminants

  If you're using the air purifier to eliminate a single-source type of contaminant, the best place for it is near that source. Let's say, for instance, that you were using an air purifier to control odors from a cat's litter box. Ideally, you would want to get the air purifier as close to the litter box as possible, within reason. This is because contaminants that have a single source are easiest to capture close by. If you let the contaminants spread out, it will be harder to capture them.  

If Possible, Elevate It

  Air purifiers work best when positioned 3-5 feet off the ground. At this height, they can take advantage of air flows in the space. If you have a suitable table, placing your air purifier on top of it will help you maximize its effectiveness. You can also look into wall-mounted air purifiers, which naturally sit up off the ground and will be able to take advantage of higher positions without taking up space.  

Stay Away From Corners and Obstructions

  Because they work by forcing air through a filter medium, anything that impedes air flow should be avoided when positioning your air purifier. Ideally, you should keep it out of corners and clear of large pieces of furniture that could block the free flow of air. The fewer obstructions around your air purifier, the better your results will be from using it.  

Where Is the Best Place to Put an Air Purifier in a Room?

  Taking all of this into account, we can draw up some general guidelines for ideal air purifier placement. The best scenario is to be able to place your air purifier on top of a table or other surface near the center of the room, away from corners and obstructions. If that isn't possible, getting it into a relatively open part of the room should do the trick. Remember to keep the air purifier close to the source of contaminants, if you're dealing with a source-specific problem.   Whatever air purifier you buy, putting some thought into placement will help it work as well as possible. Luckily, most air purifiers are fairly easy to move around. Don't be afraid to play around with placements until you find something that works well for you. If you want to be more scientific in monitoring your air purifier's performance, don't forget to pick up an indoor air quality meter so you can see how different placements affect the air quality.   Have more questions about air purifiers? We're here to help! Feel free to contact us, and we'll be happy to provide you with answers and product recommendations based on your needs.

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Some of our most popular brands are Amaircare, Austin Air, Airfree, Airpura, AllerAir, Electrocorp, Field Controls, Rabbit Air, Sunpentown, Vortex Desk Lamp, and Foobot and more.  Our product line consist of but is not limited to the following home comfort products: air purifiers, air purifier filters, humidifiers, and portable air conditioners.

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