If you’re unfamiliar with the different types of air filtration, cleaning and purification systems, you may very well not realize that there are so many. These different systems all operate in slightly different ways and target different types of indoor air contaminants.
For instance, some filtration systems are aimed at eliminating allergens and mold, while others are better at reducing the concentration of dust and eliminating odors. But that still leaves germs and other harmful microorganisms to infiltrate and multiply within your home.
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UV light technology, which is rapidly growing in popularity, has proven itself as a technology choice that is effective in reducing the biological, chemical and odor aspects from indoor air when properly integrated into whole house air handling systems. Studies have shown that UV technology is an effective sterilizer that can prevent the growth of biological contaminates that occur in air handling systems and can assist in reducing the spread of indoor air related biological contaminates such as bacteria and viruses.
You can help put an end to their invasion by installing a system of UV germicidal lights into your home heating and cooling system. With these lights in place, harmful microbes don’t stand a chance. Here at Cool Breeze Comfort Solutions, we offer some great germicidal products to keep your family healthy all year long and we’ll be happy to help you select the right one for your home in the Greater Tucson area.
Seal in the Heat, Seal in the Germs
Your home is a sturdy and well-sealed structure. It’s designed for energy efficiency, which means that it has to keep inside air in and keep outside air out. After all, if there were a bunch of leaks and drafts in your house, your heating and cooling systems would have to work much harder to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
However, because your home is so well sealed, it’s also very good at trapping bacteria and viruses and keeping them in. These contaminants will continue to breed and spread around your home, eventually making your family sick and corrupting your indoor air quality.
Eliminate Biological Contaminants
Biological contaminants pose a pretty significant challenge for most home air purification systems. They’re small and they spread fast, sneaking through filters and collecting in hard to clean places. By installing UV germicidal lights in your heating and cooling system, though, you can quickly and effectively eliminate all but a trace of these types of contaminants from your home.
UV germicidal lights are the perfect complement to an electric air cleaner or filtration system. With proper placement, they can eliminate the last harmful contaminants from the air that’s being circulated in your home.
Keep Heating Systems Functioning Effectively
Getting rid of biological contaminants doesn’t just help keep you and your family healthy. It can also keep your home heating system working better for longer. That’s because molds, bacteria and viruses can collect in areas of your home heating system that make it difficult for the system to keep doing its job.
Over time, biological contaminants can build up in places like the indoor coil of your heating system. This prevents proper air flow and can also reduce the overall efficiency of your heating and cooling systems.
No Cleaning Necessary
Perhaps the best thing about UV germicidal air cleaning lights is that they need very little care and maintenance. In fact, all you have to worry about is replacing the bulbs once a year. Of course, we will be happy to take care of that for you as well.
Since these UV lights kill biological contaminants rather than trapping them, they don’t need to be cleaned or serviced on a regular basis. They will continue to function, too, whether your heating or cooling system is operating or not.
If you’re interested in having UV germicidal lights integrated into your home heating and air filtration system, give Cool Breeze a call today. We’re always happy to get to know more of our Tucson, AZ area neighbors. So get in touch today and let us know what we can do for you.