What are the Advantages of UV Air Purification?
UV air sanitizers are proven to work against pollutants such as mold, viruses, and bacteria. With a professionally installed UV lamp in your HVAC system, you can enjoy the following benefits:
What to Consider Before Installing UV Lights
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What’s causing your indoor air quality problem?
The most important factor to consider is: what’s the main source of your allergy or respiratory issue? If the cause of your indoor air quality problem is pet dander or dust, a UV air sanitizer will likely be ineffective against these types of allergens. UV lights are designed to target pathogens such as bacteria and mold.
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Are you prepared to maintain your UV lights annually?
Another factor to keep in mind is the level of maintenance required. UV lights need to be cleaned and the bulbs replaced annually. Although these lights are effective, they can be costly to replace.
UV air purification is not the right fit for every home. This is why we recommend this solution only for households with members who suffer from chronic respiratory issues. For a typical household, a high-quality air filter or whole-house air cleaner will likely be enough to maintain a healthy indoor environment.
Still have more questions? Reach out today to discuss your needs with our indoor air quality experts and learn more about the different options available.
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