Avoid wasting money on the wrong air purifier
About 35% of the population will be affected by one form of allergy or another at some stage in their lives. In children this figure is estimated to be as high as 50%. Many of the causes are airborne. Hay fever is one of the most commonly known allergies, affecting around a quarter of the population. According to the NHS 95% of hay fever sufferers in the UK are allergic to grass pollen, and about a quarter of sufferers are also allergic to tree pollen. The Met Office official pollen count monitoring service runs from late March when tree pollen starts, through the grass pollen season in mid-May and finishing at the end of September when the weed pollen finishes.
Other common allergies come from dust mites, mould spores and pet dander which can trigger various responses from respiratory reactions like asthma and eczema skin reactions. The severity of the reaction varies from person to person.
More and more people are discovering that an air purifier can provide an effective solution to this misery. Although an air purifier cannot help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week it can provide you with a safe room, where you can escape to and enjoy an allergen free rest from your allergic reactions. This is why suffers are often buying the air purifier for their bedroom or living room.
The problem is what to buy and how to avoid buying the wrong air purifier for your personal circumstances?
Just as we have done for dehumidifiers we have been putting together a series of articles and videos to help consumers better understand air purifiers and to try and make sure that everyone buys the right air purifier for their allergy resulting in improvements to their health and quality of life.
Below is a short video to help you understand how to size an air purifier and how to avoid wasting your money and buying the wrong thing.
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