Air Filters are Important for your home
They can help reduce allergens, dust, and other irritants
Allergens, dust , and other irritants are a lot more common than you might think. Pollen, pet dander, mold spores and many others can be harmful to those with allergies or asthma issues. Air Filters work by trapping these particles in the filter before they go into your air ducts where they could cause problems for people sitting near them as well.
There are two types of air filters - one that removes particles from the air (like pollen) and another that removes gases (like formaldehydes).
The best type of filter is a HEPA filter which will remove 99% of all particles in the air
A report by the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) found that people who have allergies should replace their filters every 30-60 days for maximum effectiveness though some doctors recommend replacing them monthly with severe allergy sufferers needing more frequent changes due to increased sensitivity levels.