Do I Need An Air Purifier Or Dehumidifier?

Solenco Reporter
 January 25, 2018
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Air Purifiers

People often suffer from allergies that are caused by a multitude of factors: pollen, pet dander, mould, dust and dust mites (just to name a few), so we at Solenco SA often get asked whether they should purchase a dehumidifier or an air purifier.

Firstly, it’s important to determine where these air borne pollutants are coming from. If you have evidence of damp and high humidity in your home, like mould on the walls or in your cupboards and condensation on your windows, then you would need a dehumidifier to get the humidity under control which will stop mould from growing inside your home.

If there is no evidence of humidity issues then it is probably environmental factors causing the problems such as pollen and dust in the air. An air purifier would then be recommended to keep the air in your home clean and clear of any pollutants that could trigger allergies.
For more information, contact us at 0861 388 878 or send an email to info@solencosa.co.za

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