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Do You Need an Air Purifier in Every Room?

One of the most frequent questions people have when they begin using home air purifiers is whether they'll need a unit for each room in their home. Though this is a simple enough question, there is a bit of nuance in the answer. So, do you need an air purifier in every room in your house? Keep reading to learn the pros and cons of this approach and to find out the best solution for your home.  

The Argument for Using an Air Purifier in Every Room

  To be sure, there's a good argument for using air purifiers in every room. With several air purifiers spaced throughout your house, you'll have multiple units circulating air more rapidly. This, in turn, will promote cleaner air by giving you more air changes per hour (ACH). The more times air is circulated in a given period of time, the fewer contaminants will have a chance to build up in it between passes through the air purifier.   This is especially true if the air purifiers you're using aren't intended for larger spaces. The Airfree 1000, for instance, is designed for spaces of up to 450 square feet, above the size of a large room. If you were relying on this unit for your air purification in a larger home, you would want to have several of them spaced throughout the house. The Field Controls TRIO Pro, by contrast, is designed for spaces of up to 1,618 square feet, making it more suitable for larger homes.   The downside, of course, is that air purifiers cost a good bit of money, and putting one in every room may be out of the budget for some families. While there are certainly some advantages, you don't have to spend all your money on air purifiers to enjoy the benefits of cleaner air.  

Do You Really Need an Air Purifier in Every Room

  While more ACH will lead to cleaner air, it isn't absolutely necessary to have an air purifier for each room. Instead, focus on providing adequate coverage throughout your house, particularly in the areas where you spend the most time. These include your living room, kitchen and bedroom.   The one room that may justify a separate, dedicated air purifier is your bedroom. Being able to breathe easily is key to good sleep. If you suffer from asthma or allergies, a bedroom air purifier like the Austin Air Bedroom Machine can be a good investment.   Have more questions about which air purifiers are right for you home? 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.

Indoor Air Quality Monitor Discoveries: Particulate Matter

Using an indoor air quality meter is one of the best ways to find problems with your home air quality. The question, of course, is what you do once you've identified issues with your home air. To answer this question, we've decided to create a new series of articless here at US Air Purifiers.   In this new series, we'll be discussing what steps you can take when you discover specific air quality problems by using an indoor air quality monitor. For the first article, we decided to focus on particulate matter, as it is one of the most dangerous and harmful forms on air contamination.  

Where Could Particulate Matter Be Coming From?

  Particulate matter can have many sources, but one of the most common is traffic pollution. Particulate matter can also come from industrial facilities or power plants near your home. This type of contamination is usually worst in large, densely populated cities, but it can affect people anywhere. More mundane sources include burnt particles from cooking and wood or tobacco smoke.  

Air Purifiers for Particulate Matter

  If you find out that your home air has high levels of particulate matter, the best solution is to use a HEPA air purifier. HEPA filters capture solid particles in their matrix material. While some types of particulate matter are too small even for a HEPA filter to target at maximum efficiency, most will become trapped in the filter material. Some of the best HEPA air purifiers you can find for keeping your home air clean include:     You can also consider using an Airfree filterless air purifier. Airfree's technology uses concentrated heat to neutralize solid particles in the air. This is a decent solution for small spaces, though you would need several of these air purifiers to provide coverage for a full-sized house.  

Other Steps to Reduce Particulate Matter in Your Home Air

  In addition to using an air purifier, you can also take a other simple steps to help reduce the amount of particulate matter in your home air. If you live near a busy road or highway, one of the best things you can do is to keep your windows closed during high-traffic hours. As noted above, vehicle exhaust is one of the main sources for particulate matter. Reducing the amount of exhaust that makes it into your home during the busiest time on the highway is a simple way to bring down the overall amount of particulate matter.    

3 of the Best Air Purifiers for Traffic Pollution

Vehicle traffic is one of the largest sources of pollution in the modern world. Studies have shown that long-term exposure to traffic pollution can  shorten lifespans by increasing the risk of cardiovascular and lung diseases. While this is a problem that has to be solved at larger levels, a good air purifier can at least help you protect your home from vehicle pollution that can get in from outside. Here are three of the best air purifiers for vehicle pollution you can buy to use in your home.  

Field Controls TRIO Pro

  With the ability to perform 3 air changes per hour in spaces of up to 1,618 square feet, the Field Controls TRIO Pro is a powerful air purifier by any standards. This medical-grade air purifier is excellent for targeting particulate and chemical pollutants of all sorts, making it a good choice for an all-purpose air purifier.  

Amaircare 3000 VOC

  The Amaircare 3000 VOC uses both carbon and HEPA filters to provide broad-based protection against a range of different pollutants. With this air purifier, you can target both solid and gaseous contaminants in your air, allowing you to remove some of the most harmful components of air pollution. The Amaircare 3000 VOC also features durable all-metal construction.  

Airpura R600

  Like the other purifiers on this list, the Airpura R600 provides broad-spectrum protection by using carbon and HEPA filters to target different classes of contaminants. This model covers up to 2,000 square feet and features an 18 pound carbon bed for more effective chemical absorption.   As you can see, the best air purifiers for traffic pollution are generally those that can target more than one type of contaminant. This is because vehicles give off particulate pollution and chemical fumes, both of which can be harmful to human health. By using a high-quality air purifier in your home, you can protect yourself against pollution and other common contaminants.   Have more questions about air purifiers? Feel free to contact us with your questions to receive answers and personalized product recommendations!

Amaircare Upgrades VOC Filters

Amaircare has recently made a slight change to its line of carbon-filtered air purifiers targeting odors and VOCs. These units, which previously were equipped with a 7-pound carbon canister, will now ship with a pleated carbon filter instead. As the transition takes place, some customers may receive units with the newer pleated filters, even if they ordered the older version of the units.

Why Is Amaircare Changing Its VOC Filters?

  Simply put, the new pleated filters are more effective than the older carbon canisters. This filter is an annual VOC filter, meaning it needs to be changed once per year. The filter is part of a kit that also includes three pre-filters. The pre-filters must be changed once every 4 months in order to keep the air purifier running at optimal capacity.  

Amaircare Purifiers May Come With the New Filter, Even for Older Orders

  As Amaircare transitions to the new filter variety, customers who ordered the older units may receive units with the newer style of filter. As stated above, the new filter is more effective than the older one, so you're actually receiving an upgraded unit if this happens! In all other respects, your new Amaircare air purifier will be exactly the same.   As air purifier brands continue to improve their products, we try to keep all of our customers up to date on changes that may affect them. Keep watching our blog for additional updates on your favorite air purifier brands!   Have questions or want to learn more 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    

Do Air Fresheners Reduce Indoor Air Quality?

We're all familiar with how clean and pleasant an air freshener can make a room smell. Behind that enjoyable odor, however, there may be hidden air quality risks. Chemical air fresheners can increase the levels of harmful VOCs in your indoor air, reducing overall air quality. Here's what you need to know about air fresheners and air quality before deciding to use one in your home.  

What Harmful VOCs Do Air Fresheners Emit?

  The list of volatile organic compounds that are emitted by common air fresheners is both surprising and worrisome. Chemicals found in these fresheners include formaldehyde, benzene and acetylaldehyde, among others.  The levels of VOCs emitted from an air freshener vary by scent, but most common air fresheners today include at least some of these chemicals. Unfortunately, these compounds are quite volatile and can easily be released into home air, making them a danger to indoor air quality.  

How Harmful Are These Chemicals?

  Long-term exposure to these VOCs can have a number of health effects. At the concentrations released by air fresheners, the consequences aren't likely to be severe, but they are still concerning. Effects of these VOCs can include headaches, upper respiratory irritation and, in some rare cases, neurological problems.   It should also be noted that individuals already suffering from asthma or other existing disorders may see much worse effects than otherwise healthy individuals. Sensitive individuals are more likely to experience severe coughing or lung irritation from chemicals like the ones found in air fresheners.  

Is There a Safer Alternative?

  Luckily, there are two safer alternatives to standard air fresheners. The first is to use all-natural scents to give your home a clean, pleasant odor without relying on harsh chemicals. Natural indoor odors you can consider using include coffee, herbal potpourris and dried oranges.   Another good alternative is to use an air purifier with an activated carbon filter to keep your home air fresh. While this doesn't actually add any odor to the air in your home, it can remove any other odors that are lingering around, leaving your air clean and fresh. Most importantly, carbon filtered air purifiers can even remove VOCs from home air, making it healthier to breathe instead of adding potentially harmful chemicals to it.   Some of our top air purifiers for odor and VOC control include:     By using a good air purifier, you can keep your home air fresh without having to add potentially dangerous chemicals to it. At the same time, you can also remove harmful contaminants and make your home a healthier place to live.   Have questions about which air purifier is right for you? 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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