Why You Need an Air Purifier Now – Protect Your Home Against Harmful Pollutants


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Why You Need to Install Air Purifiers - Give Your Family a Healthier Home


We all spend a lot of time at home. Whether you're working, homeschooling, sleeping, or just hanging out, indoor air quality has never been more critical.


How Air Pollution is Damaging Your Lungs Every Day

Indoor air pollution comes from various sources; some, such as harsh cleaning products, are easy to spot, but others may not be so obvious. If you’re cooking on a gas stove, you could be releasing dangerous amounts of Nitrogen Dioxide into your home. Scented products, such as candles, laundry detergent, and air fresheners, often contain harmful ingredients that can impact air quality. And if you live in a new build or have recently remodeled, you could be exposed to dangerous chemicals and VOCs from new flooring, paint, furnishings, or even carpets.

Add to this the fact that modern homes are well-insulated and draft-free, so pollutants are often trapped inside, with nowhere to go, which affects your air quality and could contribute to breathing issues for you and your family.


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7 Rooms Where Airborne Pollutants Are Hiding in Your Home



Airborne Pollutants in the Kitchen

No matter which heat source you use, cooking, especially frying, generates substantial amounts of airborne particulate matter (PM), which includes ultrafine particles (UFP) and fine PM (PM2.5). (1) Other pollutants include things like metals, carbon monoxide, and formaldehyde. These can cause throat irritation, headaches, fatigue, and nausea. Watch the video to find more airborne pollutants hiding in the kitchen.

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Pollutants in the Living Room

Mold is a highly hazardous air toxin commonly found in homes, especially in dampness and water damage. Tobacco smoke is also harmful, especially if you smoke indoors. Carpet also traps indoor pollutants. Even your electronics can emit toxins into the air. These factors and more cause headaches, nose and eye irritation, rashes, and drowsiness. Watch the video to find more airborne pollutants hiding in the living room.

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Airborne Pollutants in the Garage

When you start your car in the garage, harmful exhaust fumes and combustion by-products are released, polluting the air, which can then be trapped when closing the door. Storing lawn equipment and gasoline can release pollutants, as well. And activities such as woodworking and painting can emit additional toxin pollutants into the garage. Watch the video to find more airborne pollutants hiding in the garage.

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Airborne Pollutants in the Bathroom

Dampness and humidity from hot showers, baths, leaks, poor ventilation, and poor sealing and caulking can cause mold, which is a highly toxic indoor air pollutant. Mold causes a stuffy nose, sore throat, coughing or wheezing, burning eyes, mental health issues, or a skin rash. Other pollutants can include harsh cleaners and building materials. Watch the video to find more airborne pollutants hiding in the bathroom.

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Pollutants in the Master Bedroom

They say the bedroom is the most dangerous room in the house. Bedding can accumulate bacteria, mold spores, and dust. A poorly maintained humidifier can release pollutants. Cleaning and beauty products can emit harmful VOCs. These factors can cause allergy-like symptoms like scratchy eyes, headaches, and a sore throat. Watch the video to find more airborne pollutants hiding in the master bedroom.

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Pollutants in the Kids' Bedroom

Dust is a major pollutant, and it settles in upholstered dining room chairs. Smoke from the kitchen could make its way into the dining room. Scented candles release harmful VOCs. Even your flooring can contribute to poor indoor air. These factors can cause nose and throat irritation, headaches, and increased asthma and allergy symptoms. Watch the video to find more airborne pollutants hiding in the dining room.

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CDC, WHO, and EPA Recommendations for Improving Indoor Air Quality During Covid-19 Pandemic

What do the CDC, WHO, and EPA recommend to minimize the spread of airborne viruses like COVID-19 in indoor spaces? Portable HEPA air purifiers. An extensive review by the EPA concluded the combination of HEPA and Carbon is the safest and most effective solution. Cleaners that use UV lights, Ionization, and PCO technology are not ideal because they can produce dangerous byproducts emitted into the air.


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Breathe Cleaner Air With Austin Air Systems — The Most Effective Air Purifiers

According to an EPA report, a significant amount of HEPA and Carbon must be used in your air purifier’s filtration; otherwise, filters must be changed often (every few months). That’s why the Austin Air HealthMate® Plus has:
  • 60 sq. ft. of True Medical Grade HEPA proven to remove 99% of all virus particles larger than 0.1 microns.
  • Over 780 cubic inches of Activated Carbon, Potassium Iodide Impregnated Carbon, and Zeolite, remove Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), formaldehyde, benzenes, chemicals, gasses, and odors.

No one in the industry comes close to using that much. This ensures a long filter life of up to 5 years. 

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If You Want to Protect Your Lungs This Winter


When the weather outside is cold, we keep our windows and doors shut. This traps pollutants inside, with nowhere for them to go. Wood burners, gas stoves, furnishing, and cleaning products all emit dangerous chemicals, gasses, and VOCs that can be a real risk to our health. Keep the air in your home clean and safe this winter with Austin Air!



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