UV Light Services in Chillicothe, OH
If you understand the importance of air quality in your home, of clean air free of airborne pathogens, bacteria and viruses — one could say you’ve seen the light. In a world where most people spend most of their time inside, indoor air quality is essential for health, well-being, and comfort. And yet far too many homeowners discount this growing health concern.
To optimize Indoor Air Quality, we at Chillicothe Heating & Cooling offer residential UV Light System Installation, among the best solution for sterilizing air and killing off unwanted microscopic troublemakers, there’s nothing quite like our UV Light System! Schedule UV Light installation services today.
$399 Blue Tube UV Germicidal Light System + Installation
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UV Light System Services in Chillicothe, OH
What is a UV Light System?
Ultraviolet Lights are installed inside HVAC systems. Originally only used for laboratories and hospitals, we now offer a residential line of UV Lights for protection in the struggle against hazardous organic airborne particles. For people who are vulnerable to allergens and other organic particles, UV lamps are very great because they kill these organisms as they pass through the light. They kill germs, bacteria, and viruses.
Ductwork UV Lights or Air Germicidal HVAC lights are designed to kill airborne allergens and pollutants making their way through your HVAC return vents. The lights themselves are hard-wired into the unit. They coordinate with your blower motor, which means they turn on and off with it so as not to waste energy. We offer Blue Tube UV Light Installation at competitive price rates and they make great add ons whenever you go to upgrade HVAC equipment or have a home heating or cooling repair made.
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UV Light Services in Chillicothe, OH
4 Benefits of Owning a UV Light System
Interested in installing UV Lights into your HVAC system? Learn more about the benefits below:
Improve HVAC Efficiency
Installing UV lights in your HVAC unit can help clean your system and remove buildup in ductwork and pipes and in cooling coils. A cleaner system will have improved airflow, which can increase system capacity by as much as 35%. This increased efficiency translates into reduced energy costs, and it also means your system might require less maintenance over the long term.
Reduce Illnesses and Allergies
What do UV Lights Kill?
In addition to killing viruses, pathogens, bacteria and microbes, UV lights in an HVAC system’s air handler will prevent mold from growing on the unit’s coil. Often, HVAC professionals suggest getting a UV light for certain types of residential air conditioning equipment, to have them placed inside the ductwork in addition to the air handler to protect coils and surfaces. Inside the air ducts, the ultra-violet lights neutralize the mold spores that pass through them, preventing them from taking hold or growing. This targets mildew as well as other germs and such.
Blue-Tube UV goes inside the central air system where it continuously kills mold and other biological contaminants floating in the air as well as on the HVAC system’s interior surfaces. The cooling coil is a prime example, and an area that benefits great from this light.
For more than a hundred years scientists have understood that certain frequencies of light have a profoundly devastating effect on microbial life. Today, we fully understand that exposure to ultraviolet light in the range of 254 NM (UV-C band) disrupts the DNA of microorganisms. This disruption prevents them from reproducing, thereby effectively killing them before they ever have a chance to cause the damage they are so well known to cause.
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4 Signs of Poor Indoor Air Quality
Not sure if you need to improve the quality of your indoor air? Here's a few tips to determine if you have poor Indoor Air Quality:
If you have dust buildup around your home and the area around air vents, you might have an indoor air quality problem. At the very least, the buildup of pet dander, pollen, dust mites and other particles can be addressed with an air filter upgrade or HEPA filtration system.
Air Distribution Inconsistencies
Mold & Mildew Growth
Mold and mildew growth often come with high relative humidity levels and poor air circulation in the home. A telltale musty smell is often apparent in homes with mold issues, alongside green and black (mold) spots on surfaces, particularly around sinks, tubs, and other areas that are frequently exposed to moisture/water.
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