Best Air Purifier for Basement

Best Air Purifier for Basement – Air purifiers are a great way to clean your basement air and reduce mold spores, dust, pet dander, lint, and VOCs. We recommend the  BreatheSmart Classic because it is modern, sleek, durable, includes customizable filter options, and is easy-to-use. It also uses true HEPA filters for powerful purification with 99.97% of particles below .3 microns eliminated and comes with a forever guarantee from Alen.


1.Coway Airmega 400

Pros & Cons

The Airmega 400 is available in white and graphite/silver. I tested the graphite model, which fit in well with the darker tones of my dining room. The unit is 23 inches high and 15 inches wide and deep, so it takes up a little bit of room, but doesn’t dominate the space.

The unit weighs 25 pounds so it isn’t ideal for lugging around to purify the air in each room of your house. However, it does have handles on each side if you do decide to move it.

2.SilverOnyx Air Purifier

Pros & Cons

In a world of low-range air purifiers, we can see tons of microbrands that may only be recognized by the U.S residents. The SilverOnyx is one air purifier from a brand like that, a brand that they apply their name for their most popular air purification device, instead of thinking a new cool name to call it.

If you need a pause from the big air purifier brands, we are happy to introduce to you the SilverOnyx Review, which is for the amazing 5-in-1 air purifier of a company in Utah.

3.Winix 5500-2

Pros & Cons

The good news is, this honeycomb carbon filter is also washable. Winix suggests washing the carbon filter every 3 months and replace it after 12 months. Use tap water, and don’t use strong detergents or soaps. Dry the filter well before re-install.

After the activated carbon filter, you have the True HEPA filter. Made of dense fibrous media, the HEPA filter traps 99.97% of airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns. Such particles include allergens, mold spores, smoke residue, fine dust, and microbes.

4.Hathaspace Smart

Pros & Cons

If you are looking for a beautiful and sleek air purifier to control allergens and odor in large rooms, then the Hathaspace HSP002 might be a good fit for you. The color-coded AQI light bar will tell you instantly whether the purifier is working or not.

Hathaspace HSP002 is a nice upgrade to the best-selling HSP001 model with more coverage and an H13-HEPA filter.

5.Honeywell HPA300

Pros & Cons

Honeywell HPA300 is one of the most powerful yet cost-friendly air purifiers from Honeywell’s True HEPA range air purifiers. It has an impressive Tobacco Smoke CADR of 300 CFM, can cover almost 450 square feet. You can place this flat-shaped air purifier against the wall, and it is available in two colors – black, and white.

The Honeywell HPA300 features 3 True HEPA filters as the core particle filters. True HEPA filters can capture 99.97% of microscopic particles, which are 0.3 microns or larger. Common allergens such as pollen, mold spores, smoke particles, and bacteria fall into this particle size category.

Best Air Purifier for Mold in Basement

Pros & Cons


Basement air quality suffers from high humidity conditions, which can easily lead to mold. Dust, lint, pet dander, and chemical odors from VOCs also contaminate basement air and lead to lower air quality.

An air purifier for your basement can manage your airborne pollutants and provide you with clean, healthy basement air.

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