HVAC UV Lights Kill Off Bacteria and Germs
Concerned with the germs, allergens and bacteria that are floating around your home? Does your indoor air quality (IAQ) always get worse during the cooler months? If you’re on a mission to improve the air quality inside your home, consider installing a UV light. HVAC UV lights can kill off bacteria, germs, and several other harmful particulates before can they enter your home.
All our clients want to know that HVAC UV lights actually work before they have them installed. We’re here to provide you with evidence supporting UV lights, show you what’s available, and what their benefits are.
Scientific Support for HVAC UV Lamps
The effectiveness of UV lights and their uses have been studied for decades. Studies show that UV lights can successfully kill off bacteria and other germs. UV lights have been used to kill off harmful viruses, mold and bacteria for well over 100 years. Hospitals, hotels, restaurants, airlines and more continue to use them to sterilize equipment and the air you breathe.
Regarding UV lights and HVAC systems, this study provides evidence supporting their use to kill a variety of airborne particulates. These studies are 2 of many. When you install an HVAC UV light, you can rest-assured they will improve the quality of your home’s air.
Who Should Use Ultraviolet Lights?
Everyone can reap the benefits of using HVAC UV lights; some individuals more than others. If you have a compromised immune system or suffer from COPD, asthma or allergies, you should consider installing UV lights.
Residential UV Lamps
All residential HVAC systems either use coil cleaning UV lights or air cleaning UV lights. There are several different terms that companies use to describe these lights: sterilizing, sanitizing, purifying, etc. But, all residential HVAC UV lights fall into one of these two categories.
Air Cleaning HVAC Lights
Air purifying UV lights only turn on when your HVAC kicks on. They are designed to kill bacteria and other particulates that are in the air before they enter your home. These lights are housed within your home’s air ducts.
Coil Cleaning HVAC UV Lights
Coil purifying lights, on the other hand, are always on. They are housed near your indoor evaporator coil and focus on keeping your HVAC’s coils free of bacteria and mold. This is the type of HVAC UV light that most homeowners choose.
More Benefits to Using UV Lights
Other than improving your home’s IAQ, UV lights have several other benefits. They can increase your energy-efficiency, lower your energy bills, make your air fresher and improve your home’s airflow.
Call Neese Jones Today!
If you’re thinking about installing an HVAC UV light in your home, call Neese Jones. We can ask you a few simple questions and then pair you with the best UV light for you and your family. Contact us today!