The air in your home may seem clean, but it is probably not as pristine as you think. The average home is infested with millions upon millions of microscopic airborne particles. These particles include dust, pollen, viruses, bacteria, dander, and mold spores. Inhaling these contaminants over a long period of time can open you up to all sorts of negative health effects, from more frequent flu infections to chronic conditions such as asthma. If you want to improve your indoor air quality, and thereby your health, you should install an air purifier in your home. Read on for an outline of some of the more common air purifier types.
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