About Us

Here at Clean The Air, we take pride in doing the homework and research for you so you can make the most informed decision. 

As we continue in an endemic world along with the daily exposure to air quality, it’s important to be in control of what you can control. What that means is making sure the air quality in your indoor living situation or even work situation is as clean as you can make it without risk of respiratory issues. 

We forget to realize how important our lungs are! Aside from exercise, it’s important to protect the air we breathe in because ultimately, it is how we survive!

We, like you, want to know what the best way is to live a long healthy life at home and at work! So we’ve gone ahead and sought out the truth about indoor air quality, and how to upkeep with the right A/C and other air cleaning devices. 

Mission Statement

“We started Clean The Air to shed light and teach those who want to protect their air quality at home and at work. The goal is to educate our readers about air purifiers, air conditioners, and space heaters so they can make the best decision based on their lifestyle.”

Air Purifiers

When people think of air purifiers, they just think it’s something similar to a fan and supposedly it cleans the air.

For the most part, when you get into the weeds about air purifiers you’ll realize not all of them are created equal.

On top of that, they all have these different filters that just sound like they clean the air somehow.

All this lingo about HEPA, Ionic, Ultraviolet, and Carbon filters leaves many people scratching their heads.

Well, that’s where we come in, our goal with our content about air purifiers is to take all the guesswork about what an air purifier does, the technology behind it, and which one is right for you.

The way we accomplish our goal is to do extensive research, perform case studies, interview the top professionals in the field and explain it in a simple way that makes sense.

We humbly would like to claim that we are the most trustworthy resource because we will answer any question a consumer may have about air purifiers.

Air Conditioners

If you’re like I was, you just thought that air conditioners were something that you’d never understand and just hoped to God there weren’t any problems with it.

If there were, you knew that some expert was going to come over and explain what was going on in gibberish to you and charge you an arm and a leg.

Well, hopefully after going through Clean The Air for anything and everything about Air Conditioners, you’ll no longer feel that way.

In our section we will cover six different types of air conditioning units that are available: through-the-wall, portable, central window, ductless mini-split, and package thermal air conditioners. With all of those different options, it’s important as a homeowner to know which one is the best unit for your living situation.

With our extensive trustworthy knowledge of air conditioners, our goal is to make sure you know what an air conditioner does, how it works, and which one is the best one for your home.

We want to make sure you’re armed with education so you can make the best decision for yourself.

Space Heaters

Ah yes, space heaters. Space heaters are one of the most controversial devices that can heat up your home during those cold winter days.

Space heaters are a ‘what side of the fence are you on’ type of device because of accidents that caused house fires.

However, as long as you err on the side of caution, they are very effective and quite safe as long as they’re used properly.

Space heaters work very well for heating a room during, cold weather. There are several options to choose from such as infrared, propane, oil-filled radiators, panel heaters, and ceramic.

Our goal here with our section on space heaters is to educate you with proven information you can trust about space heaters, yes there can be a risk, but the risk is fairly low as long as you are attentive when using these devices.

The Clean The Air Team

Connor Knight, Staff Writer

Bob Richards

Kyle Mazlow,