Ultraviolet Lights for clean and healthy air

Ultraviolet lights – Healthy Air

If you have a HVAC (Central Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) system, then you will most likely want to ensure that the air that circulates through this system is kept as clean as possible. Clean air is essential for you and also your family’s health. Installing ultraviolet lights (UV Lights) in your HVAC system is a very smart choice if you want to keep the air in your home or vehicle nice and also healthy. We are your local choice for healthy air.

Below are three key reasons why ultraviolet lights in the HVAC system are great for ensuring that your air stays clean.

  1. UV light kills germs.
    1. Ultraviolet lights have a ‘germicidal’ effect, which means that they kill germs and also bacteria. You may already know that Ultraviolet lights are used in the water purifying industry to ensure that bottled water is free of germs. They have the same effect on the air, which is why many people choose to have UV lights installed in their HVAC systems.
  2. Mold killing.
    • Mold spores in the air can get into your lungs and cause anything from mild and also momentary irritation to chronic respiratory illness. These spores in the air can also cause mold infections in walls and floors – particularly if the climate is humid. Again, this can be dangerous for your health. UV light kills mold and also prevents harmful mold spores from circulating unseen in the air of your home or vehicle.
  3. Getting rid of viruses.
    • Many viruses are airborne, and pass from person to person in droplets of water or saliva in the air. No-one wants to breathe in a virus and get sick! Ultraviolet lights damage the delicate membranes that keep viruses alive, and so installing UV lights in your HVAC system is a powerful weapon against viruses such as flu.

Ultraviolet lights in your HVAC system will keep your air clean and will thus protect you and your family’s health.

Contact Kennesaw’s Ultraviolet Lights Experts

Contact D McKeon today to have a technician speak to you about the importance of ultraviolet lights for your home. Call now!