With ordinary activities in the home such as cooking, vacuuming and running the clothes dryer, our indoor air quality can suffer. With some everyday activities, at certain times of the day our indoor air quality can actually be worse inside our home, than outside. That is a very good reason why the user of a heating and cooling system should NOT skip on changing out the air filter. The A/C filter keeps many different pollutants from getting into your air by trapping them at the entry level, and keeping them from entering your home. If your air filter is not clean, these same particles can get into the ductwork that goes through your house and deteriorate your indoor air quality. That’s why I’ve decided to get an air purification system for my house. I have pets and small children, and each of the kids have allergies. So I’m hoping that an air purifier will help to reduce the amount of allergens in my home, certainly the ones that got through the air filter. An air purifier will constantly clean my home so we can live more comfortably. Let’s face it…life happens, especially with kids and pets and my indoor air quality will always need some help. With the air purification technology that we have today, the prices are very reasonable. My chosen air purifier will reduce the airborne pollution in my home and I find the air purifiers to be very affordable. I’ll have several replacement filters on hand to keep the air purifier working at it’s best.