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Five Reasons You Should Invest in an Air Purifier This Winter

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Prioritizing your indoor air quality this winter will have you breathing easier and keeping you healthier.

Canada may be known for its beautiful winters, but the temperatures that accompany the season make spending time outside a less likely occurrence. This means the rise of cozy nights on the couch, but it also means staying on top of indoor air quality. Air purifiers, like the Shark Air Purifier 3-in-1 MAX, offer Canadians the chance to experience cleaner air without leaving the comfort of home. So while winter may bring out the worst in air quality, Canadians can see the benefits of air purification year-round.


Statistics show that the average Canadian spends up to 90 per cent of their time indoors, so prioritizing the quality of your air shouldn’t take a backseat this season. Good quality air purifiers are designed to do the work for you. For example, the Shark Air Purifier 3-in-1 constantly monitors the air quality in your home, automatically adjusting its output to suit your needs with Shark’s Clean Sense IQ technology. The purified heat function allows for comfort in your home during the cold winter nights. With HEPA filters that capture 99.98 per cent of airborne particulars, to Pure Air MicroForce technology that purifies spaces as large as 1,000 square feet, easier breathing is within reach.

Winter living made easier

Winter can be tough during cold and flu season. By making small changes and integrating products that make life easier, you’ll not only feel better, but you’ll also breathe easier during the winter months.

Keeps your family healthy

We all feel the effects of the air we breathe. Poor air quality has been shown to play a role in child development and influence common struggles like allergies.

Improves short-term health

Poor air can cause a host of health problems. Headaches, throat irritation, and breathing troubles are all issues associated with the quality of the air you’re breathing.

And your long-term health, too

The air we breathe can include some scary things — gases, chemical residues, and even mould. Particles in the air can travel into the body and be a precursor to issues like cancer, cardiovascular disease, and asthma.

Your furry friend keeps their fur to themselves

Pet dander can be one of the toughest air contaminants. Some air purifiers contain anti-allergen HEPA filters, which capture pet hair and dander before it gets into your lungs.

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