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Why Should I have a UV Light installed?

If you have doubts click here for some interesting facts!

Reduce Allergies and Illness

Duct Cleaning can reduce the severity of mold spores in your indoor air, but you may struggle to get into all the coils and tight spaces in the system. It’s why every HVAC system comes with an air filter that catches most particles before they enter your home.
However, air filters often get blocked, which results in more spores and mold in the system. Having strategically placed UV lights can dramatically decrease mold and bacteria in your HVAC system and ductwork. This reduction will lead to much higher indoor air purity and a reduced chance of allergies and illness.

Can UV Lights Really Increase the Air Quality in My Home?

Yes, if they are installed properly, and use the correct spectrum of UV light. It is up to the homeowner to ensure that conditions are right, and installation is completed correctly by a qualified HVAC technician. A professional with experience in installing UVGi systems must keep a multitude of conditions in mind when installing a system2. The correct placement and direction of the proper number of UVGi lights has as much bearing on effectiveness as the temperature and humidity levels within the home.
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Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Your AC coil is in a dark and damp place ideal breeding grounds for mold. Keep a UV light above your coil will keep your coil free of mold and mildew.

Why a UV?

Germicidal or UV lights for HVAC systems are used to kill the DNA of germs, viruses, mold spores, bacteria and fungi as they pass through the air handler system. A strategically placed UV light is very effective at killing close to one hundred percent of these harmful pollutants.

4 Advantages of Ultraviolet (UV) Light Systems

  • Eliminates Meld, Mildew, & Bacteria. The air filters in your furnace are not designed to inhibit the the growth of mildew and meld in your air ducts.
  • Reduces the Spread of Viruses.
  • Improves Indoor Air Quality.
  • Keeps the HVAC System Clean.

The Benefits

There are many ways to keep your indoor air clean and purified. What makes HVAC UV light benefits so special is that they combine the functionality of several air purifying systems. Instead of worrying about mechanical, chemical, and biological filters, you can have a one-stop solution that will offer improved air quality for minimal effort.

Your HVAC ducts are a great breeding ground for mold and bacteria. Mold, in particular, loves warm, damp places where it can grow and start producing spores. Most allergies are due to mold spores, which irritate the nose, throat, and lungs. Spores can set off asthma attacks and can even cause a general unpleasant malaise.

Eliminate Odors

Some of the most common contaminants found in indoor air are volatile organic compounds or VOCs. These compounds are strong-smelling and can be harmful if inhaled regularly. UV lights can break down these VOCs, reducing their impact on your health.
Another common cause of foul odors is mold growth. By removing the source of these odors, you’ll have much better smelling air to enjoy at home.

Improve Airflow

As UV lights help reduce the contaminants in your HVAC system, they also improve airflow. You’ll find that you need to replace your air filters less often and that there’s less nasty build-up in your ducts. Improved airflow means more even heating and cooling throughout the house, making it more comfortable and keeping your HVAC system running effectively.

Improve HVAC Efficiency

Your HVAC system has to work very hard to keep air flowing through the system while also ensuring that it’s the right temperature. Anything that interferes with airflow reduces the effectiveness of the entire system. Clogged filters are a usual culprit of ever-increasing HVAC costs.
One of the biggest HVAC UV light benefits is that there is less debris in the system, which results in better airflow and better efficiency. Not only does a more efficient HVAC system cost you less in energy bills, but it also reduces the amount of wear and tear on the system.
An optimally running HVAC system will require less maintenance and have a longer lifespan than one that’s constantly clogged with mold, dust, and other contaminants. reducing their impact on your health.
Another common cause of foul odors is mold growth. By removing the source of these odors, you’ll have much better smelling air to enjoy at home.

Location & Hours

450 Sunrise Highway Suite 2CRockville Centre, NY 11570

Monday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday Closed

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