Your home’s indoor air quality plays an important role in your overall health. Despite the reports of smog and carbon dioxide emissions outdoors, indoor air is often more harmful than what you are breathing outside.
So what is an efficient way to eliminate pathogens such as bacteria and viruses from your indoor air? We have found that adding a UV air sanitizer to your HVAC system is an effective solution. Ultraviolet light has been used for many years in public water purification systems, and it is growing in popularity when it comes to cleaning indoor air. To install one in your home, contact your Manchester UV air sanitizer experts at Skovron Mechanical Services LLC.
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What Is a UV Air Sanitizer?
A UV air sanitizer features UV lamps located near air pathways of your central HVAC system. The lamps produce UV-C energy that purifies the air by eradicating viruses, bacteria, and mold. This creates a cleaner, healthier, and more comfortable home environment.
When you contact us for professional UV air sanitizer installation, you can rest assured that you will be breathing quality air. You will notice the difference right away. With cleaner air comes the benefit of reduced risk of exposure to harmful indoor pollutants that can cause colds and flus.
How Do UV Lights Work in the HVAC System?
The UV air sanitizer fixture consists of at least two lamps that sit near an area where airflow is greatest. The air passes over the lamps that emit the UV-C rays. Eventually, the entire air supply in the home makes contact with the purifying light, resulting in distinctly clean indoor air.
When Is Repair or Replacement Necessary?
UV air sanitizers are fairly durable. The only major components that should be replaced on a regular basis are the UV lamps. These lamps decrease in efficiency by approximately 15 percent annually. We recommend replacement every three years.
While you may hear more about the dangers of outdoor pollution, the real danger lurks closer to home. If you are concerned about the quality of your indoor air, contact us to discuss your options. Our experienced technicians are ready to help you solve your indoor air quality issues through our superior products and professional installation services.