Examples of Various House Plans and the Approximate Cost of Buying Air Purifiers for Every Room


This post is a companion post to my other article: How Much Does it Cost to Get Air Purifiers for Every Room of My Whole House? In this post, I have examples of a whole bunch of floorplans for homes, ranging from Apartments, Single Level Homes, and Multi-Level Homes.

In addition to providing rough ideas on how much it might cost to get air purifiers in every room of those various homes, I will also be indicating where in those particular rooms it would be best to have your air purifier. Of course, those locations are just rough ideas, and you can put your air purifier anywhere you want. Those air purifier spots are shown as stars on the floorplans that I’ve created.

If you would like to see the air purifiers that I recommend that are the $25, $50, and $150 units I’m basing my prices off of, then please be sure to visit this article. Air purifiers vary widely in quality and price, so visiting that article and scrolling down to the recommended air purifier part will save you the time and money that you’re interested in saving. I have in fact bought the air purifiers I’m recommending, which is something a lot of bloggers can’t say. To be entirely honest, I’ve bought quite a few of them, actually.

Apartments

All of the apartments in this group of apartments have one large area that is a connected kitchen, living, and dining rooms. Of course, there are other layouts for apartments, but I’ve found this is very common.

Studio Apartment

Estimated Cost to Get Air Purifiers in Every Room: $75-$175

Here’s your average studio apartment, which lots of people who are just starting out will likely live in. Depending on how large the non-bathroom area is in your apartment, the cost of an air purifier can range from $50 to $150.

If the apartment is under 160 square feet, then you’re looking at air purifiers that are around $50. If it’s around 500 square feet, then you can expect to pay around $150. If it’s somewhere between there, then you can pay something between those prices.

Your bathroom will probably just cost the standard $25, so you can just tack that onto the $50 or the $150, depending on what you end up getting.

1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, 1 Kitchen/Dining/Living Room that are all adjoined.

Estimated Cost to Get Air Purifiers in Every Room: $225

Here’s just a simple apartment, so this is easy to figure out. All we’re looking at is three rooms, one bathroom, one bedroom, and one larger multi-purpose room that has your kitchen, dining, and living area.

Here’s the approximate cost breakdown for getting air purifiers for those three rooms: bathroom: $25, bedroom: $50, large room: $150.

All told, that’ll be $225. That’s not too shabby!

2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, 1 Kitchen/Dining/Living Room that are all adjoined.

Estimated Cost to Get Air Purifiers in Every Room: $275

Here’s a simple 2 bedroom apartment. All told, there are four rooms worth putting air purifiers in (closets aren’t really worth the cost).

The bedrooms will cost $50 each to get the air purifier I recommend in the other article, and then the bathroom will be $25. The living/dining/kitchen area will be $150 if you get the air purifier I have.

So, if you live in a 2 bedroom apartment, then you can expect to pay about $275 to get air purifiers in every room of your home.

3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, 1 Kitchen/Dining/Living Room that are all adjoined.

Estimated Cost to Get Air Purifiers in Every Room: $425

This is a larger apartment, thanks to the huge kitchen/dining/living area, so the air purifier you might need for that larger area will not be the one in the $150 dollar range that I recommended in my other article. Instead, I would think an air purifier that would cost maybe $250 would likely suffice for this larger area.

Of course, that all depends on the size of the overall room, my assumption is that the total area is between 400 and 700 square feet.

Next up is the air purifiers for the bedrooms and bathrooms. There’s nothing too special about these rooms, so I’ll revert to my stock calculation. $50 per bedroom, $25 for the bathroom. That’s a total of $175.

Overall, you’re looking at about $425 to get air purifiers for your entire apartment.

That’s if for Apartment Air Purifier Estimates

I hope the examples I provided for apartments was helpful, I can’t do a ton more, since I have a lot more home types that I need to provide estimates for. If you didn’t see an apartment layout like yours, then it isn’t too hard to shop around and find the best air purifiers for you, and to find air purifiers that are in your price range.

If you’d like to look up some more information to help you in your search, check out these other articles I wrote:

How to Buy an Air Purifier

Is the Size of Room I’m Putting My Air Purifier in Important?

How Much Does it Cost to Get Air Purifiers for Every Room of My Whole House?

Single-Level Houses

All of the houses in this group of homes have a mix of separate and connected kitchens, living, and dining rooms. Of course, there are other layouts for homes as well, so just use these diagrams as ideas of what your home might need.

1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, 1 Kitchen/Dining, 1 Living

Estimated Cost to Get Air Purifiers in Every Room: $275

Here’s a simple layout for a 1 bedroom 1 bath home. Of course, there’s a lot of layouts out there, but here’s just a simple idea of one.

Your single bedroom will cost about $50 to gen an air purifier for it, another $25 for your bathroom, and then your living room and kitchen area will push the air purifier up around $150 and $50.

The reason why the kitchen /dining room will only cost $50 in this particular layout is because it’s so small. If these two adjoining rooms were larger, then it would cost $150. Again, this is just an estimate though.

All told, it would cost about $275 to get air purifiers for this whole home.

3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, 1 Kitchen, 1 Dining, 1 Living

Estimated Cost to Get Air Purifiers in Every Room: $425

Here’s a house that’s loosely based off of one I’ve been in. As you can see, every room is separate, which means that you will need separate air purifiers for each room (and not one that could take care of several adjoining rooms).

The three bedrooms will cost you about $50 each for air purifiers, the bathroom will cost another $25. That takes us up to $175 so far. Next up we have the living room, and its air purifier will cost around $150. Now we’re up to $325. Finally, we have the dining room and kitchen. In this diagram, those two rooms are rather small, so you might be able to get by with the $50 air purifiers that are made for rooms that are up to 161 square feet. If those two rooms are too much bigger, then you might need to get an air purifier that’s made for a larger room. So, all told, this will cost $425 to get air purifiers for your whole home.

4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1 Kitchen, 1 Dining, 1 Living, 1 Family

Estimated Cost to Get Air Purifiers in Every Room: $550

This house setup is a big one, and it’s a bit busy too. As you can see, we’re dealing with several rooms.

The four bedrooms will cost about $50 each, so $200 total. The two bathrooms, $25 each, will cost $50. And that leaves the dining, kitchen, living, and family rooms. The dining room and kitchen aren’t huge in this floorplan, so I’m going to assume that you can get the 161 square foot air purifier for $50 each. That leaves the living room and family room, which are larger and their air purifiers will cost $150 each.

All told, we’re looking at a total cost of $550 to get air purifiers in every room of this house.

That’s if for Single-Level Homes Air Purifier Estimates

I hope the examples I provided for single-level homes was helpful, I can’t do a ton more, since I have a lot more home types that I need to provide estimates for. If you didn’t see a house layout like yours, then it isn’t too hard to shop around and find the best air purifiers for you, and to find air purifiers that are in your price range.

If you’d like to look up some more information to help you in your search, check out these other articles I wrote:

Do I Need an Air Purifier for My Home?

What Are the Benefits of Air Purifiers for Seniors?

Are Air Purifiers Worth Buying? 6 Things We Don’t Know We Breathe

Multi-Level Houses

All of the houses in this group of homes have a mix of separate and connected kitchens, living, and dining rooms. Of course, there are other layouts for homes as well, so just use these diagrams as ideas of what your home might need.

4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1 Kitchen, 1 Dining, 1 Living, 1 Living

Estimated Cost to Get Air Purifiers in Every Room: $700

This layout is for a pretty good sized home. The floorplan on the left is the first level, and the one on the right is the second.

Without further ado, I’m diving right in.

The four bedrooms will need the $50 air purifiers. The two bathrooms need a $25 air purifier each. That leaves the kitchen, dining, living, and family rooms. These four remaining rooms are pretty big, so I’m going to recommend the $150 air purifier for each of them. Of course, this might not be the case for your home.

All told, we’re looking at a total cost of $700 to get air purifiers in every room of this house.

That’s if for Single-Level Homes Air Purifier Estimates

Since there are so many layouts for multi-level homes, I’m leaving it as this. I’m sure that, if you’ve looked at the other floorplans, you now know how to calculate the rough cost estimate to get air purifiers in every room of your home.

If you’d like to look up some more information to help you in your search, check out these other articles I wrote:

What’s the Best Air Purifier for Someone with Pets?

What is an Air Purifier and What Do Air Purifiers Do?

New Parent Air Purifier: Air Purifier for Babies with Asthma

Air Purifier Buying Guide: How do I Find an Air Purifier Worth Buying?

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Jonathon Silva

Jonathan Silva is our longtime Air Purifier Essentials author. He has been writing on air purification technologies for his entire professional career.

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