Using your health insurance to pay for an air purifier

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Using Your Health Insurance to Pay for An Air Purifier

This week, we take a look at how you can use your health insurance, FSA (Flexible Savings Account), or HSA (Health Savings Account) to cover the cost of your Austin Air purifier.

What Is An FSA

An FSA or Flexible Spending Account is used to cover the cost of certain ‘out of pocket’ healthcare costs, such as an Austin Air purifier.

Money is withdrawn from your paycheck and deposited into your FSA before your taxes are calculated. Alongside this, your employer may also make FSA payments, although they are not obliged to. Your company’s HR department will be able to provide you with more information on their company policy.

FSA money is then used to pay for eligible medical expenses that are not covered by your healthcare plan.

What Is An HSA?

An HSA (Health Savings Account) is similar to an FSA and will allow you to put money aside to cover the cost of healthcare expenses that are not covered by your existing healthcare plan. The main difference between an FSA and an HSA is that the individual controls an HSA, whereas FSA’s are owned by the employer.

Can I Use My FSA Or HSA To Pay for An Air Purifier?

If you are using your air purifier to treat a medical condition such as asthma, allergies, or COPD, your FSA or HSA funds can be used to cover the cost.

How Can I Use My FSA/HSA Card?

You can use your FSA or HSA debit card on our website to purchase your Austin Air purifier. If you would like more info on this please don’t hesitate to contact one of the team today, we’d be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Why Austin?

Here at Austin Air, we have been manufacturing Medical Grade Air Purifiers for more than 30 years. During that time, we have been involved in a number of clinical trials, with some of the country’s leading institutions, including Johns Hopkins University, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and the University of Washington.

We have also worked with the US Government, FEMA, and the Red Cross during some of America’s most challenging times, such as 9-11, Hurricane Katrina; Hurricane Sandy, and the 2015 SoCal gas leak in California.

Our units are highly effective at removing a wide range of airborne contaminants, including allergens, bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and VOCs. We are confident that running an Austin Air Purifier in your home will significantly improve your health and the health of your loved ones.

If you’d like more info on our range of air purifiers and what they can do for you, visit our SHOP page today.

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