Did you know that the average American spends well over 90% of their time indoors? And for those of us in colder climates, that percentage might be even higher during the winter. This means we’re breathing indoor air constantly, and along with the air, we’re breathing in whatever happens to be mixed in with it.
Indoor air contains more contaminants than outdoor air. But in Boston in February, you’re not about to fling open all your windows to air out your home! So what can you do? Consider getting an air purifier to improve your indoor air quality. Here’s what you should know.