We’ve all heard that fresh air is essential to keeping healthy, but is it really that important? Air purifiers have become a necessity for people living in apartments and homes.
With the growing awareness of environmental issues, it is important for people to clean the air. And air purifiers are a great way to keep your home clean, especially if you have allergies or asthma. But do you really need to buy one for every room?
We’ll go over all the reasons you might need an air purifier in every room, this guide aims to clear up all of the confusion and misconceptions surrounding this topic so let’s get started.
Do you need an air purifier in every room?
The big question is whether an air purifier is necessary for every room, and the answer is no. However, it’s important to have one in the room where you spend the most time and where you spend the most energy.
Also, you don’t need to invest in an air purifier for every room. It depends on the level of pollution in your area, but it’s a good idea to have one in the main living areas of your home.
It’s also a good idea to have one in the bedroom if you or your family have allergies. The latest research shows that it’s best to just have one large air purifier that cleans the air in your entire home.
Disadvantages Of Air Purifiers Installed In Every Room?
Air purifiers are wonderful and they can help with allergies, asthma, and other breathing issues but you have to make sure that you’re not overdoing it.
Air purifiers only clean the air in the room where they are placed, which is why some people install air purifiers in every room of their house.
However, this can be detrimental to your health because most air purifiers need to be installed about three feet from where you’re sitting or sleeping in order to effectively clean the air.
Where To Install The Air Purifier?
You want to install an air purifier in the room where you spend the most time, and in the room where you spend the most time, you want to make sure that it’s as close to your breathing zone as possible.
For example, if you’re sleeping in a bedroom, you want to put the purifier right next to your bed.
Plus, the most important thing when it comes to installing an air purifier is to ensure that it’s in a central location.
Air purifiers work best when they’re in a central location because they will filter the air throughout your home. This way it can filter the air of all the rooms in your home or office. But don’t put your air purifier in front of a window where it can be affected by heat from the sun.
What Kind Of Air Purifier To Buy?
You should buy an air purifier with a True HEPA filter. HEPA stands for High-Efficiency Particulate Arrestance.
There are many types of filters on the market but only a true HEPA filter will remove 99.97 percent of airborne particles that are 0.3 microns or larger in diameter.
The best air purifier for you depends on the size of your space, how much money you’re willing to spend, and how “green” you are.
Also, the two most important things you should be concerned about are the size of the purifier and the quality of the filter.
The size of the purifier is important because you want to make sure you’re getting a large enough unit for your space.
Do We Have To Consider The Location Of The Purifier When Buying One?
Of course. The two main things you need to consider are how much space you have for the purifier, and what kinds of pollutants are in the air you breathe.
For instance, if you live near a refinery or a power plant, it’s recommended that you get a HEPA-filtered purifier.
Furthermore, it depends on what kind of purifier you’re looking for. If you’re looking for something that functions only as a humidifier, then it doesn’t really matter where the purifier is located in your room.
How To Use An Air Purifier Correctly?
It’s important to realize that an air purifier is not a magic box that removes any and all allergens, pollutants, or odors from your home.
It is simply a tool to help you breathe easier and sleep better at night. Here are a few steps you do to turn the purifier On:
Find a place where you want to set it.
You should also keep your air purifier at least three feet away from walls and furniture because otherwise, the purifier won’t be able to clean the air properly.
Turn it ON by pressing the button.
It will take a few moments to start it working.
You are all set to breathe in fresh air indoors.
When you have an air purifier running in your home or office, it’s important to also turn off the recirculation setting on your vents. The recirculation setting will circulate the same air around the room instead of bringing in fresh air from outside
Air purifiers are excellent tools for removing allergens and pollutants from indoor air.
There are many different types of air purifiers on the market. You should choose one that will fit the size of your space and the size of the pollutants you want to remove. However, it’s not necessary to have an air purifier in each room.
Hope you like this article. Thanks for reading.
I am Jeff Bortnick, the founder of SMART WISE HOME. I am also a husband, father of two, and a long-time technology lover. I have been obsessed with home automation since I was at University doing my MSc in Automation and Control Engineering