During my first year of college, my Economics teacher was explaining price elasticity. Margarine, for example, is a highly inelastic product. If it becomes too expensive, people would quickly stop purchasing it and just buy butter instead. But some things are highly inelastic. If I tried to sell you some air, you’d likely laugh in my face. But if you didn’t have access to any air, you’d quickly give me every dollar you have to get your hands (or lungs) on some. Although we’re not here to explore economics, this highlights how underappreciated air is. It’s always been available, and so we tend to take it for granted.
Although our air supply isn’t directly threatened, it’s well known that our environment is becoming more polluted day by day. If you suffer from allergies, you’re well aware of just how many irritants can fill the air as the seasons change. For this reason, many consumers are having air purifiers installed in their home.
Historically, air purifiers have been large, expensive boxes that are installed in your home along with your heating system. After spending a pretty large chunk of change on one of these machines, many homeowners want to know if theirs is working or not. Until recently, there wasn’t really any way to tell. You’d just have to hope it was working as intended, change the filter occasionally, and expect to see it pay off with your health in 10 to 20 years.
Today, the story is quite different. As industry works to make our homes smarter and more effective, you can tell if your air purifier is working. Smart WiFi Air Purifiers won’t just confirm that they’re cleaning your air, but also give you up to date readings about your air quality. Having clean air in your home is essential to maintaining good health, and these handy little devices are the best way to keep your air clean. We’ll be looking at the three best solutions on the market. After we explain how they work, we’ll help you find the one that’s right for you.