In this air home purifier review we'll be guiding you on the steps to finding the best home air purifier , at the best price. I am going to suggest that you get started by watching the video below which will help you to:
#1 Determine which of the 10 technologies that are right for you
#2 Determine what the square footage is
Once you know which type of filters you want then the next steps are:
#3 Review the handy comparison chart (you can find it via the left and right menu and at the bottom of this page). Choose several air purifiers that match technology and square footage.
#4 Watch any of the comprehensive video and written reviews (see the left menu)to narrow your choice to the right one for your needs.
If you already know which technology you want, square footage, and just want to begin watching the air home purifier review for the model(s) you've chosen find the review via the left menu. We have tested and reviewed over 200 of the best home air purifier brands.
1 - Allergies
2 - Dust removal
3 - Pet hair and dander removal
4 - Mold and mildew problems
5 - Smoke
6 - Odor
7 - Chemical fumes
8 - Viruses, germs, bacteria elimination
Each of these problems are addressed by different technologies. So if you are trying to remove several (or all) of these problems then you will likely need multiple technologies.
1 - Wrong technology. EX; Many people purchased the Oreck Air Purifier from a TV infomercial only to discover that it does a poor job on dust and pollen because it fails to include HEPA. Hepa is what Doctors recommend most for allergies.
2 - Too small/large. Without knowing the square footage most choose air purifiers that are too small for the area they are trying to cover.
3 - OverPriced. Air Purifiers are very profitable, and the infomercial models are very overpriced.
4 - High Maintenance Cost. Most air purifier companies overcharge for their replacement HEPA filters and UV bulbs. The comparison chart on this website shows the different prices of these. Every 6-9 months you will have to pay for these filters. Some less expensive air purifiers can actually cost you more once you factor in filter costs over time.
NOTE' Electrostatic air purifiers, ozone air purifiers, and ionic air purifiers will not remove particles like a hepa air purifier. And while HEPA air purifiers should remove allergens down to "0" you'll find some that do not. You'll see particle tests done in real time on many of the models reviewed on this site. To find the air best home purifier for allergies make sure you watch the particle tests.