UV Light Purifiers

Are you concerned about the quality of air in your home? It’s not uncommon for indoor air to be filled with pollutants that can cause respiratory issues, especially for those with allergies or asthma. Fortunately, UV Light Purifiers like the Air Scrubber Plus and APCO X can help you breathe easier by eliminating harmful chemicals, dust mites, and mold spores from the air. 

Cleaner Air 

These powerful air cleaners can remove up to 99.9 percent of contaminants from your home’s air and surfaces, so you can breathe the cleanest air possible at home.

Reduced Allergies & Asthma Symptoms

If you suffer from allergies or asthma, these devices can greatly reduce the levels of dust and allergens in your home, ensuring the air is fresh and safe to breathe.

Lowered Risk of Illness

UV Light Purifiers fight bacteria and contaminants in the air, greatly reducing your risk of sickness, including colds and flu. 

Extra Protection from Contaminants

Unlike traditional air purifiers, UV Lights don’t just clean the air in your home; their decontaminating scrubbing particles fight to remove contaminants from surfaces as well. This thorough cleansing ensures that you’ll be protected from germs and bacteria that attach to surfaces such as faucets, doorknobs, counters, and furniture. These systems have also proven effective at removing the virus that causes COVID-19 from all air and surfaces. 

Better Smelling Home 

UV Lights use their intensive air-purifying technology to eliminate molecules that cause foul odors, improving the overall smell of your home without the use of toxic air fresheners or sprays. 

Efficient Design and Low Maintenance

These air purifiers are installed directly into your home’s heating and cooling system, requiring little to no maintenance and no sacrifice of space or aesthetics as with most freestanding air purifiers. 

By installing an Air Scrubber Plus or APCO X, you can breathe easy knowing that your indoor air is clean and fresh, and your risk of illness is lowered. 

More Facts About UV Lights: 

Where Do UV Lights Get Installed? 

Coil sanitizing lights are made for air conditioners that are placed next to the evaporator coil, which is where the refrigerant used to chill your home is stored. Along with dirt, garbage, and pet dander building up, this is also a damp environment for mold and germs to flourish. 

Your supply vents, which are a part of the ductwork of your central HVAC system, have air sanitizing lights installed in them. Prior to being circulated throughout the house, the air is cleaned by these UV lights. 

UV Light for Air Conditioner 

Airborne germs, mold spores, and viruses are all around us, yet they thrive in wet, delicate places deep inside your air conditioning system. You may prevent impurities from spreading throughout your home by placing UV lights in your HVAC system to clean the exposed edges and grooves. 

UV Light for Furnace 

Airborne germs, mold spores, and viruses are all around us, yet they thrive in wet, delicate places deep inside your air conditioning system. You may prevent impurities from spreading throughout your home by placing UV lights in your HVAC system to clean the exposed edges and grooves. 

UV Lights and Air Filters 

When the air conditioner is running, an HVAC air filter stops dust, irritants, allergens, and big particles from entering the cooling coil. Particles smaller than 0.3 millimeters can pass through even a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate absorption) filter, though. UV lamps for air conditioning systems add an additional degree of security and support your air filtering system. 

Are UV Lights Safe? 

When placed and managed appropriately, UV lights are perfectly safe. A competent professional will follow these safety guidelines and take the required installation precautions: 

    • Using the correct spectrum of UV light 
    • Installing the light according to the manufacturer’s instructions. 
    • Wearing gloves and eye protection when handling or installing the light. 
    • Installing properly so no UV light will ever reach a home occupant’s eyes. 

For any other questions about UV lights or if you are interested in installing models such as the Air Scrubber Plus or APCO X, relax! Just Call Budget!

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