We all know about outdoor pollution. Depending on where you live, the climate and weather, and other environmental factors, you could have anywhere from great air quality to absolutely horrible smog. Unfortunately, when you are outside, there isn’t too much you can do to avoid polluted air. You could wear a mask. You could move. You could buy everyone around you a Tesla or electric car to reduce the pollution. Or you could never go outside. If you choose the latter, you might actually still be breathing in poor air. Yes, pollution and other particles like pollen and dust exist within your home as well. And it can become polluted and even dangerous to regularly breathe. The Oreck Air Response Air Purifier not only monitors your indoor air quality, it will automatically kick on when it detects contaminants.
I’m lucky to live in a fairly unpolluted environment. But everyone in my family suffers from some sort of pollen or dust allergy. This season, with all of the rain in California, we have had an abundance of high levels of pollen. In fact, in each of the rooms of our house, we have some sort of air purifier. And each of these range in features. Some you just turn on. Some offer HEPA (High Efficiency Particle Air) filtration. And some are tied to other air quality monitoring devices that automatically turn a separate filter or purifier on or off. The nice thing about the Oreck Air Response is that all of this functionality is self-contained. Let me explain.