Choosing the right air purifier for your home or office is not an easy decision. The best way to start is to read our Quick Guide to Air Purifiers. Allergies to dust mites, mould spores and pet dander are increasing. Exposure to diesel fumes, VOCs and an array of chemicals may not only cause sensitivities but may also affect our long term health. Many well-insulated city homes and offices can be more polluted than the street outside!
We’re here to guide you and help you select the right model to improve your quality of life. Our top tip is to always ensure you choose an air purifier with a filter suitable for your needs. Air purifiers draw air in through a filter and, depending on the filter type, can remove up to 99.99% pollutants helping you to create an invigoratingly clean living or working space now and for the future.
At The Healthy House we recommend the air in the room be changed at least 3 times an hour: this provides a good level of cleaning and will keep up with the normal flow of air into and out of a room. If the room has high traffic or doors and windows are continuously opened and closed you may need a larger unit. Sometimes the size of room a unit is recommended for on our website is different to the size claimed on the box. This will be due to manufacturers using different multiples of ACH. By standardising them you can compare like for like. We assume that the standard room height is 2.2 metres. So a 10 sq metre room actually has a volume of 22 cubic metres.