Rather than the " Best Rated Home Air Purifier " this discussion will focus on the Best Air Purifier For Your Home. The most common mistakes I have seen people make is buying an air purifier that either 1) doesn't have the technology for their problem or 2) is too large/small for the room. So before reviewing the Comparison Chart below here are a few considerations:
STEP #1 Determine which of the 10 technologies you want and/or need (The video below explains the 10 types of purification)
STEP #2 Determine the room size
STEP #3 Using the comparison chart below to choose several possible candidates
STEP #4 Watch the video reviews on these models listed via the left menu
Best Rated Home Air Purifier - Comparison Chart
The comparison chart below can help you determine the best rated home air purifier for you, once you know the technologies. Prices, filters, warranty offered, and information on the most popular models are covered.
Once you know the technology you want, and the square footage you want to cover, you can easily do a comparison of the purifiers to get an idea which one will fit your needs.
NOTE:Below the chart is an explanation of each row.
We'll be adding other air purifiers not listed to the comparison chart each month. If you have a best rated air purifier model that is missing, or one that the comparison needs updating, please send us an email. We'll include it in our next update.
Several other mistakes people make, and things to watch out for:
1 - Overpriced Replacement filters. Many air purifier companies overcharge for the HEPA replacement filters and UV bulbs. The comparison chart above lists their prices. $30-50 is a fair price for any HEPA, unless it is a huge HEPA.
2 - Warranty schemes. I call them schemes because some companies actually make money via their warranty policies. An example is Oreck, who "pro-rate" their warranty so you'll have to pay money to have it repaired after some time has passed.
3 - Loud fans. Make sure the low rating is below 20 Db if you plan to sleep with it on.
4 - Non-HEPA. If you have allergies then a HEPA is a must. Air Purifiers that claim to help pollen and dust without it are just fooling you.
Air Purifier Video Review
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