You may feel that the quality of your home air is just fine, especially living near Bath, Pennsylvania. But like many things in life, appearances aren’t always what they seem. Your HVAC system may be harboring disease-causing organisms that you simply can’t detect. Fortunately, cost-effective UV air purifiers can be added to your HVAC system to create a healthier home environment. Consider the following three benefits of UV air purifiers.
Effective Against a Wide Range of Germs
The indoor coil of your HVAC system includes a pan that collects water condensation which is generated during air-conditioning. This part of your HVAC system can provide an ideal home for bacteria and other biological growth which can end up circulating throughout your home. UV air purifiers designed for use in HVAC systems disable bacteria, viruses, and other disease-causing organisms. UV air purifiers can also be installed at your HVAC air intake ducts to further help kill germs and stop their future growth.
Works Continuously, Not Just When the HVAC Fan is Running
UV air purifiers are designed to run continuously and quietly, not just when your HVAC circulating fan turns on. Problem moisture areas like your indoor coil and condensation pan are constantly bathed in beneficial UV light so germs don’t get any rest. To ensure the greatest effectiveness of your UV air purifier just have the UV bulb replaced as part of our annual professional HVAC service.
A Cost-Effective Add-on to Your HVAC System
Although UV air purifiers run continuously, don’t be concerned about extra energy costs. Depending upon your electric rates, a UV air purifier bulb will likely cost about a nickel per day to power, delivering improved air quality and peace of mind to you and your family.
Why wonder about the quality of your indoor air that can affect your health? Call us today at Sullivan Oil & Propane, (610) 810-3992 to discuss how a UV air purifier can improve your home air quality.
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