Breathe Easier with an Air Purifier
Did you know that the average Canadian spends about 90% of their time indoors and that levels of air pollution inside your home can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels? Some common household allergens are: mould spores, tobacco smoke, dust, dust mites, animal dander, and pollen from ragweed, grass and trees. Minimize the health risks associated with poor indoor air quality by using an industry certified air purifier.
Consider the following when selecting your air purifier.
Choosing the Right Air Purifier
Frequently Asked Questions
A pre-filter catches the larger particles before allowing the air to pass through the HEPA filter which captures 99.97% of all airborne allergens as small as .3 microns.
A micron is a unit of measure for microscopic airborne particles. One micron is equivalent to .0004 of an inch. Common household allergens range from 5 to 20 microns in size.
Air purifiers are designed to operate continuously without rest; ongoing operation helps achieve optimal performance.