So you have decided to buy an air purifier. You must have had enough of breathing the polluted air in you home, which doesn't smell nice nor is it too agreeable for your lungs. So, you must also have decided on which brand to go for and what look so you need in your air purifier. But more importantly, have you considered what filter would you be needing and why would you be needing that one. Furthermore, have you made the effort to find out what it would take to replace the filter that comes fitted with your air purifier. First of all you should know that if you are buying an advanced air purifier you will be having a machine that comes with at least four filters - the pre-filter, the gas filter, the HEPA filter and the post-filter.
All these filters come separate and you will can change them individually as and when the need is. A very important thing that you need to consider about filters is their availability. It shouldn't happen that the indicator light for filter change glows but you don't have a clue as to where from you can acquire them.
This would mean all your investment on the purifier goes down the drain, as without proper filters, the purifier just wouldn't deliver results, as expected of them. So make sure the filters are available somewhere close to your home as you wouldn't be too keen on driving miles trying to locate a shop where you can get your filters. Generally filters of the more reputed brands are easily available while those of lesser known brands are difficult to come by.
The bigger brands also sell their filters and other parts of the air purifiers over the internet. That also helps. Changing the filter also is crucial to your decision on selecting a model.
The best models allow you to just slide the door, pull out the filter and replace it with the new filter. The whole process wouldn't require you to use any tools. And it wouldn't take much of your time.
It is completely hassle free. Some however, will require you to disassemble the purifier and then change the filter. You would be needing tools for that and the whole process might be too tedious and you might be more keen to put it off by a few more days. The result would be that your air purifier wouldn't serve the purpose it should.
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