Living in the desert makes our homes very dusty. As a result, desert dwellers are faced with the need to dust frequently or find other ways to keep dust to a minimum. One solution to this issue is finding and installing the best air purifier for dust.
No matter what you do, dust will continue to accumulate on floors and surfaces and an air purifier will not completely remove the problem, buta good air purifier can be effective at reducing your dust bowl. That said, how do you determine the best air purifier for dust management?
Selecting an air purifier can be a challenging process, as there are many different models to choose from. Some are for the whole house, while others are portable. Other factors to consider when selecting an air purifier include: types of filters, air flow rate,number of air changes per hour, and the CADR ratings. The Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) indicates an air purifier’s capability for filtering airborne pollutants such as dust, pollen, and smoke. There is a separate rating given for each of the three pollutants. The CADR rating largely depends on the type and the size of the filter used by the air purifier for dust problems.
Different filters target different types of air pollution. HEPA air purifiers are the most popular, and they are best for eliminating household allergens such as dust, animal dander and pollen.
Once you find an air purifier that best fits your home and needs, keep John’s Refrigeration in mind for managing and maintaining your home’s indoor air quality.
Remember that while an air purifier will help to significantly reduce dust, keeping dust to a minimum will work best when you continue to vacuum the floors once a week and dust furniture and fixturesregularly.
To learn more about air cleaner services, contact John’s and speak to a knowledgeable member of our service team.