Protect Your Indoor Air Quality From Wildfire Smoke With AirDoctor

Wildfires are notorious for wreaking havoc on both the environment and our health. Apart from the immediate dangers of flames and heat, the vast amounts of smoke generated during wildfires pose far-reaching impacts on air quality and respiratory health.

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Superior UltraHEPA® Filtration

AirDoctor’s cutting-edge UltraHEPA filters are designed to not only capture an astonishing 99.99% of contaminants down 0.003 microns in size, but they also combat the insidious threat of wildfire smoke particles. From ultra-fine particles like mold, pollen, pet dander, bacteria, and viruses, our filters provide a comprehensive solution to enhance your indoor air quality.

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AirDoctor’s Dual-Action Filters Eliminate Dangerous Wildfire Contaminants

Wildfires release a multitude of pollutants into the air, including particulate matter, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, and VOCs.

These pollutants can travel long distances, leading to deteriorating air quality in regions far from the fire’s location. Of particular concern are fine particles known as PM2.5, which can penetrate deep into the lungs, causing respiratory problems and exacerbating existing conditions.

Powerful Purification for Every Room and Space

Perfect for Small Rooms

AirDoctor 1000

$399 + FREE S&P

AirDoctor 2000

$389 + FREE S&P
Designed for
Average Size Rooms

AirDoctor 3000

$629 + FREE S&P
Perfect for Large Rooms and Open Concepts

AirDoctor 5500

$999 + FREE S&P

Amazing Features and Benefits

100 Times More Effective With State-Of-The-Art UltraHEPA™

Dual Action Carbon/Gas
Trap/Voc Filter

Auto-Mode & AirQuality Sensor

100% Sealed System

Change Filter Alert

Quiet Performance

New York City, June 2023:
A Smoke Protection Wake-Up Call

In June 2023, New York City endured the worst air quality in the world due to wildfire smoke from Canada. Residents experienced eye irritation, persistent coughing, and had to keep windows closed.

Act now to protect yourself and your family from smoke exposure during wildfires, as prolonged exposure has been linked to chronic respiratory diseases, reduced lung function, and increased mortality rates.

What Can You Do to Protect Yourself from Wildfire Smoke?


Understand the Impact on Air Quality

Keep yourself informed about the local air quality indexes and stay updated on wildfire reports from trusted sources. This will help you make informed decisions and take necessary precautions.


Stay Indoors and Invest in an Air Purifier

Keep doors and windows closed to prevent smoke from entering your home. Consider investing in an air purifier with effective filtration capabilities. Air purifiers equipped with advanced filters, such as AirDoctor’s state-of-the-art UltraHEPA® filters, can efficiently capture ultra-fine particles including smoke, mold spores, pollen, bacteria, and viruses.


Plan Ahead

Stay updated on wildfire alerts in your area and be prepared to act. Create an emergency kit with essential supplies, know evacuation routes, and locate nearby shelters. Safeguard important documents and communicate your emergency plan with family and neighbors.

AirDoctor 1000 Purifiers

Small but mighty purification that’s perfect for guest rooms, kids’ bedrooms and home offices.


AirDoctor 3000 Purifiers

Powerful purification for large rooms in your home,including master bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens and more.


AirDoctor 5000 Purifiers

Professional-grade performance for extra large spaces in your home like open concept kitchens and high-ceiling great rooms.


AirDoctor 2000 Purifiers

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