Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
A media representative for the Air Purifiers for Allergies website today announced the site is live and online. The new website was created to provide consumers with information and reviews on the best air purifiers on the market today. Each air purifier review is published with comparisons to similar products so consumers are able to easily perform research then make an informed decision as to which product is best for their home.
One of the most popular articles on the website is entitled “How to Choose Air Purifiers for Allergies”. The article was written to help consumers determine which questions to ask as they’re performing research so they purchase the right air purifier for a particular allergy. One of the principles on the website said, “There are different kinds of allergies and different kinds of air purifiers and people need to know how to find the best one for their particular needs.”
According to a research team on the air purifier reviews website, the size of the room in which the product will be placed is extremely important. Air purifiers available today have a range from 3 feet to 1,125 square feet which is why consumers should know which product is best suited for a particular space. The senior writer on the website said, “An air purifier that is too big for a room would be costly and inefficient and waste people’s time and money.”
“I want to say thanks for all the info you provide on this website. I found your website while doing a search on Google because my three year old son needs an air purifier. We just learned he has seasonal allergies. Our doctor only told us that we had to get Evan an air purifier but she didn’t tell us what kind to get or what to look for.” – Eric McCoy
The most important thing consumers should realize before purchasing an air purifier is that “you get what you pay for.” A good price range for high quality air purifiers is around $100 to $200. “Anything above $200 and you will be purchasing a top quality air purifier for allergies” said Steven Wiebe, one of the founders of the website.
Studies show the average person spends 80 to 90% of their time indoors. While many consumers tend to worry about the pollution that’s outdoors, a small percentage of them give even a single thought to the air quality inside their home. Unfortunately this is a critical mistake because the air inside a home can be up to 10 times more polluted than outside air and it could be hazardous for those with allergies.
AirPurifiersforAllergies.org is dedicated to offering the highest quality air purification systems and related accessories online at the lowest prices as well as air purifier reviews and comparisons. The corporate website is updated on a weekly schedule so there is always new content added to the site to help people consumers make informed decisions. For more information visit http://www.airpurifiersforallergies.org/.