You've seen it all over your social feeds and on the local news (and perhaps even right outside your window). Thanks to the smoke from wildfires in Canada, a smoky orange haze has blanketed the tri-state area, and it's having a negative effect on the air quality in large parts of North America, including Boston, Philadelphia and New York City.
Earlier this week, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation issued an Air Quality Health Advisory, noting that the pollutant of concern is fine particulate matter—microscopic particles that, according to research, can lead to serious health problems like decreased lung function and irregular heartbeat.
That's where a home air purifier comes in. And whether you’re on the hunt for a new air purifier to keep the air in your home clean or trying to figure out how and where to set it up, we've got you covered. Let’s dive in, shall we, and answer the age-old of question of “where should I place my air purifier?”