My air purifier pulls a lot of dust out of my indoor air throughout the day

That way I can have it affect all of the air in my house while it’s busy running and cycling

I don’t like living too far away from a city because of the sheer amount of driving it takes to get from one place to the next. There’s a lot of satisfaction that comes with having most of your needs and necessities within a 10 to 15 mile radius. Nowadays that is the minimum distance I have to drive just to find a business of some kind. This is the life I chose for myself, in part because I thought I would enjoy the seclusion and lull that comes with rural living. I’ll admit that there are days when I am happy for this very reason, but they’re few and far between. I don’t like all of the bugs that come into my house either. Once they find their way inside walls, ceilings, and floors, it’s over until you get your house treated with insecticides. Aside from the rampant bugs, another unfortunate side effect from this rural environment is in part the sheer amount of dust and dirt in average outdoor air. It will get inside your home, cars, and business before you know it. The air purifier that I have near my front door is much better than nothing at all, but it can’t work miracles. It collects a good amount of dust that would otherwise end up in my indoor air, but it would be better to own a central air purifier as well. That way I can have it affect all of the air in my house while it’s busy running and cycling. You can avoid needing multiple air purifiers and putting them in every zone to keep your home protected from airborne allergens and contaminants.

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