Santa Cruz UV Air Sanitizer System Installation
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The indoor air in nearly every household has some sort contaminants floating around. Some experts say the indoor air is up to five times dirtier than the air outside, and since so many of us spend so much of our time inside, it makes sense that we are breathing in various contaminants during the day and all night as we sleep. Things like dust, mold spores, bacteria and viruses aren’t visible to the naked eye, but they still might be there. Many different types of air cleaners and purifiers are available for use, and one of the more recent additions is called a UV air sanitizer.
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How Does a UV Air Sanitizer Clean the Air?
A UV air sanitizer are professionally installed as part of a home’s HVAC system, and they use ultraviolet light to destroy contaminants before those contaminants have a chance to get into the air and into your lungs. Once installed, any air that circulates through the HVAC system must pass through the UV filter before it enters the house. That means, the air you and your family are breathing will be cleaned before it ever reaches your lungs and nasal passages.
Typical Benefits of a UV Air Sanitizer
UV air sanitizers have been known to remove up to 98% of the airborne organisms in your home, so one of the biggest benefits of using one is probably peace of mind. Knowing that your air is clear and you don’t have to give it a second thought is very comforting. Your household will have fewer colds and allergies, and everyone will breathe a little easier once the system is put in place.
The Case Against DIY Installation
Trying a DIY approach with a UV air sanitizer isn’t really an option for a couple reasons. First, some types of ultraviolet light can damage living cells, which brings up a serious safety issue. Second, it’s also possible to damage other components of your HVAC system during the installation if you aren’t experienced. For these two reasons alone, professional UV air sanitizer installation is the only way to go.
Indoor air quality shouldn’t be something you need to worry about on a regular basis. If you’d like more information about UV air sanitizers, call Bellows Plumbing, Heating & Air today. We will be happy to give you all the information you need and set up an appointment to install a UV air sanitizer in your home.