Air purifier necessary for long winters in MN

I live in Minneapolis, MN & the winter season is long & brutal, however the beginning of fall & all the way until the end of Springtime my boiler is on.

The summer time season is so pitiful that I don’t even bother with an air conditioner, but i legitimately use that as a time to peon my windows & get a fresh breeze in.

Having a boiler on & criculing over & over is poor for indoor air quality. There isn’t much I can do, or so I thought. I then noticed there are indoor air quality products meant for those who have long, dire winter times like us. There are air purification plants that install right into the heating equipment, and as the boiler or central furnace turns on, the UV air purifier gets to work, but some models are said to unconnect 99% of dust & debris particles from the air. They strive to rid the apartment air of dirt, pet dander, pollen, & dust. They also eliminate stinks as well. An UV air purifier isn’t that expensive upfront. Most people shy away due to the maintenance requirements. A purification plan is like having another Heating & Air Conditioning device. You need to consistently change air filters on it & have seasonal maintenance to ensure it operates well. So overtime the cost of this component is quite expensive. Can you legitimately put a price on your health though? Eliminating the dirt from your air quality is pretty pinpoint. So spending a lot on it makes sense. It legitimately makes a difference to how you feel at the end of a winter.



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