How many air purifiers do you run in your home? I have 3. I have one I got on coupon at a retail store that I have had for years and it came with years worth of filters. The other 2 I have are Airfree air purifiers because I realized I am bad a remembering to change filters and Airfree Air Filters are maintenance free.
I own the Airfree Iris 3000 and now I have the Airfree Tulip 1000. We have so much bad air around us and every year the viruses get worse. My son has bothersome seasonal allergies and with climate changes it has been real bad the past few years and that is why I started using my first Airfree purifier last year in his room and we have not been on allergy meds since last spring. I keep it running all day and night and I believe it has played a huge roll in providing him better air quality once he steps indoors and sleeps at night.
When shopping for an air purifier it should do a few things for you to provide the maximum benefits. A quality air purifier should be quiet and have little to no maintenance. It should destroy mold, dust mites, bacteria, viruses, pollens, pet dander, tobacco and other organic allergens. It should also work to reduce indoor harmful ozone levels. Airfree Air Filters does all of the above.
Some added benefits is it’s low energy usage and it is small and portable. The Airfree Tulip 1000 works in rooms about 450 square feet. I love the modern design. There is also 10 adjustable night light colors, which are Red, Rose, Violet, Blue, Light Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Brown and Grey.
Get your Airfree Tulip 100 indoor air purifier ordered today. It retails for around $219 and worth every penny. It is a quality air purifier at an affordable price and I love that! Available on Amazon, Bed Bath and Beyond, Walmart, Home Depot and more!
Visit Airfree.com for more on all available air purifiers.