Air Purifiers for Summer Allergies Recommendations
The summer season annually brings some of the best weather in many parts of the country. Unfortunately, those hot and humid months also drive up the amount of airborne allergans contaminating the air, as well.
If you, a family member or co-worker are experiencing an increased amount of sneezing, sniffling, watery eyes and irritated skin, there’s a good chance the effects of summer allergies have already set in. Yet, that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to counteract those seasonal allergy symptoms.
Despending on the size of your room or affected area, any of the various air purifiers below will prevent summer allergans from entering your system further and alleviate those pesky symptoms from holding you back further.
Finn, our best seller for bedroom use
(mild allergies)v-hepa Finn air purifier
: $329 ($299 each for 2 or more)
Room Coverage: 400 sq ft (20’x20’)
Effective: removes 98% of pollen, dust mites, mold & other airborne allergens
Noise Level: Quiet at 40dB to 60 dB
Dimensions: 7” x 10” x 22”Learn More
Max, for a bedroom to mid-sized room
(mild to moderate allergies)Max air purifier
$479 ($429 each for 2 or more)
Room Coverage: 600 sq ft (20’x 30’)
Effective: removes 99% of pollen, dust mites, mold & other airborne allergens
Activated carbon filter for light odors
Noise Level: Super Quiet at 34dB to 53 dB (comparable units are 2-4 times louder)
Dimensions: 17” x 22” x 8”Learn More
Erik Ultra, for a bedroom to large living area
(mild to severe allergies, asthma)Erik Ultra air purifier
$1445 ($1345 each for 2 or more)
Room Coverage: 1700 sq ft (can also clean adjacent rooms if you have central AC/heat)
Effective: removes 99.99%+ of pollen, dust mites, mold & other airborne allergens
Same filters used in hospital operating rooms and computer clean rooms
Avg energy savings per year: $142*. Super energy efficient, uses up to 90% less power.
More Filter Media (195 sq ft) = Longer filter life = $100 savings per year.*
Dimensions: 25” x 26” x 12”Learn More
- Pollen - Also known as hay fever, this common warm-weather allergen is triggered when flowers and trees are in bloom and pollen spores get blown into the wind, swarming around until landing and causing someone a runny nose or itchy eyes. Pollen particles range in size from 1 micron to 100 microns and can be suspended in the air for long periods of time, before eventually being breathed into your respiratory system.
- Ragweeds - Ragweeds and other grasses are actually annual and perennial herbs and shrubs. Although they might be common outside many homes, they’re filled with allergy triggers and their spores can travel up to hundreds of miles, before finally settling and disrupting healthy immune systems.
- Dust Mites - These microscopic insects can live in and around your home. Even worse, they thrive in the warm summer months. Dust mites are attracted to body heat and often attach themselves to bedding and pillows, where they reproduce and can trigger severe allergy and asthma symptoms.