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Improving indoor air quality is important, but sorting through the various methods can be overwhelming. If you’re looking for something simple and clean that can work directly with your existing HVAC system, a UV lamp could be just what the doctor ordered. Here’s the scoop:
An HVAC UV lamp is a tool designed to help clean the air in your home. They can be used in conjunction with your existing heating and cooling system and can be mounted in a variety of places within the system. They’re available in different configurations to fit your needs, including moisture-proof engineering for our mild but humid climate.
UV light works by reducing the bacteria, viruses, and mold in the air that gets circulated through your heating and cooling system. The light creates a chemical reaction caused by the wavelength and frequency of the UV light. The result is reduced chance of colds, flu, and allergies, as well as other illnesses related to poor air quality.
Where a UV lamp is installed in your heating or cooling system, it will work to break down the air pollutants and keep them from being circulated through your house. This includes decontamination of coils, drain pans, ducts, and more. Simply by having the lamp installed correctly and leaving it on 24/7, you can improve your indoor air quality and decrease your chance of illness and health issues from breathing in air pollutants.
If you’re like most people, you want to breathe easier and know you’re protecting yourself and your family from dangerous air quality issues. For all the information you need on UV lamps and how they can help improve your indoor air quality, contact our team at All City Heat and Air today.
My experience could not have been better. I called in the morning for an afternoon appointment since I found that one of my AC units was not working properly in the morning. The technician was right on time. He quickly diagnosed the problem and quickly repaired it for a reasonable price. I would definitely recommend All City Heat and Air.read more