An ultraviolet light has shorter wavelengths than visible light. The earth’s atmosphere normally filters out the UVC light used in air purifiers. A UV air purifier can damage the genetic structure of microscopic organisms, keeping them from reproducing.
Most UV air purifiers are coil sterilization lights that attach to the inside of your HVAC system’s air handler. Air sterilization lights that fit in your Mokena, Illinois, home’s ductwork are also available, and they use less energy because they only work when your HVAC system’s fan operates. A UV air purifier can help you lower your utility bills, prevent mold and enjoy a healthier home.
Lower Your Utility Bills
A UV air filter helps keep contaminants from building up on your HVAC system’s coils or inside your ductwork. That way, your airflow will stay high, and you can save money on your utility bills. Change the bulb in your UV lamp once per year to keep it working properly.
UV air purifiers keep mold spores from reproducing, preventing mold under your sink, in your shower, underneath carpets and in other places with lots of moisture. Preventing mold protects your home and furniture from damage. It also helps you reduce asthma or allergy symptoms.
Enjoy A Healthier Home
UV air cleaners can also kill viruses and bacteria. A UV lamp can help keep your family healthy during cold and flu season. It can even help you get rid of dust mites. It’s one of the most effective methods to keep small organisms from lowering your indoor air quality.
Climate Master Mechanical Contractors, Inc. is a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer with years of heating and cooling experience. We can help you install, maintain and repair a variety of equipment to improve your indoor air quality. Call us anytime at 888-376-2450 for outstanding service.
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