The installation of Ultraviolet Lights within your HVAC system can create healthier homes and buildings, and have been proven effective in killing mold, bacteria, viruses, germs, odors and allergens.
The thought of mold and bacteria growing in your air conditioner system and being circulated through ductwork is troubling to anyone who wants a sanitary home. It can be a serious threat to those with breathing issues such as allergies, asthma and C.O.P.D.
UV light systems can reduce the contaminants that build up in your ductwork and cause your air conditioning system to work harder. The build-up of micro-organisms can eventually clog the drain line inside your HVAC air unit. When this happens, AC condensation can leak, increasing the potential for mold, mildew, and microbial growth, also causing water damage.
Today, UV lights are used for germicidal use in hospitals, restaurants and grocery stores, as well as in homes.
UV lights are installed within your AC unit. Their purpose is to purify the air and kill airborne viruses, germs, mold, and bacteria. UV lights can keep odors away too, ridding you home of musty smells and bad odors.
When you install UV lights in your HVAC system, they clear the buildup and improve airflow. In addition to improving your airflow, maintenance costs will also go down and your family can start breathing clean and fresh air.