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What is the BEST Air Purifier for Asthma households?
Unfortunately, I developed asthmas when I was living in Arizona and I remain sensitive to allergens. Of course my symptoms are increased with dust, pets, cotton, grass, perfume and stress (and a lot of other stuff. I feel like a woose, but it is my life).
These are the things to consider when buying a home Air Purifier:
1). Effectiveness: I apologize to all of my frugal shopper followers. Cost is no the number one important thing on this list. Of most importance is effectiveness. Specifically, is my home air purifier going to clean the air well enough to allow me to breathe properly?
The reasons why I think this alen air purifier is because:
It works. It removes the particulates from the air in your home.
2). Noise: One of the biggest complains about air purifiers is the noise. Some are just too damn noisy. I think this Alen air purifier has a nice white noise background. It comes with WhisperMax technology that “uses pink noise to eliminate irritating high frequency sounds”
3). How does it look in the home?: Looks good to me
4). Cost? It isn’t cheap at about $1,300. It is cheaper than frequent trips to the doctor for asthma medication.
5). MAINTENANCE: Change the filter in it every six months or year, depending on the quality of air already in your home.
6). Video Review of the Alen Breathsmart:
DAD SHOPPER CHOICE FOR CHEAP ALTERNATIVE
If you are looking for a CHEAP Air Purifier that protects against Asthma and is EFFECTIVE I would go with:
This Pure Zone 3-1 for about $100.