3 Reasons to Add a UV Air Purifier

A UV air purifier emits a type of ultraviolet, or UV, light that’s normally blocked by the Earth’s atmosphere. It can’t remove particulates such as pollen or pet dander, but it can reduce biological growth. You can get an air sterilization light installed in your ductwork, or you can use a coil sterilization light inside your HVAC system’s indoor air handler. Here are some excellent reasons for you to add a UV air purifier to your Panacea, Florida, home.

Fewer Illnesses

UV air purifiers can kill microorganisms or keep them from reproducing. They can help you get rid of pests, such as dust mites or cockroaches, and keep bacteria and viruses from spreading. As a result, UV air cleaners are ideal for individuals with weakened immune systems from chronic illnesses. Many hospitals use them to prevent secondary infections after surgeries and other procedures. UV air cleaners can also prevent allergy or asthma symptoms from pest droppings or biological growth.

Energy Savings

A UV air purifier uses less energy than an air cleaner with a filter because its lamp only comes on when your heating or air conditioning system’s fan is on. It can also keep your HVAC system’s airflow and efficiency high by preventing biological growth that might clog your unit’s air filter.

Easy Maintenance

With a UV air purifier, you can reduce dust and dirt on your furniture and floors from biological growth and insect parts. You can also protect your house from termite damage, prevent inconvenient, expensive breakdowns, and extend your HVAC system’s life. Just remember to have your UV air cleaner’s light bulb changed by an expert once per year.

Advanced Air Care Heating & Cooling can help you install and maintain a UV air purifier and a variety of other heating, cooling, and indoor air quality equipment. For outstanding service from our experienced professionals, call us at 850-688-9265.

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