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Professionally installed UV lights in your HVAC system are among the most effective ways to keep your household breathing clean and healthy air.
UV air purification can get rid of harmful pathogens, viruses, and bacteria that often affect more vulnerable individuals, such as those with chronic respiratory issues.
Our experts at Bragg Plumbing Heating & Cooling can help you determine the best indoor air quality solution for your home. If your household will benefit from UV air purification, we will go over the installation process in detail and make sure your new UV lights are set up strategically to offer the best results.
Benefits of UV Air Sanitizers
Unlike other air filtration systems, UV lights are designed to target mold, bacteria, and viruses, allowing you to enjoy the following benefits:
- Less risk of getting sick from the flu or the cold
- More efficient odor control
- Improved airflow throughout your home
Factors to Consider Before Installing HVAC UV Lights
When it comes to your indoor comfort, UV lights aren’t one-size-fits-all solutions. As a result, the decision to install UV lights in your HVAC system will depend on your individual needs and situation.
What is your main air quality concern?
Many homeowners whose primary concern is the removal of allergens (such as pet dander, tobacco smoke, and dust mites) will benefit from an air cleaner or high-quality furnace or AC filter. UV air sanitizers, on the other hand, are often recommended in situations where household members are suffering from long-term respiratory conditions.
Working with a reliable and qualified HVAC professional
Where the UV air sanitizer is installed will greatly impact your results. A licensed Bragg HVAC technician with experience handling air quality concerns will be able to determine the most appropriate location to place your new UV lights.
The lights are typically installed in the air handler (the indoor unit of your air conditioner or heat pump) or inside the duct system. Our experts will make sure your UV air sanitizer is set up to efficiently deliver the results you need.
Every household deserves to enjoy clean indoor air. Let our team help you improve your air quality with the right solution. We will take the time to address your concerns and go over your options.
If UV air sanitizers are the right fit for your home, our experts will provide you with an upfront estimate and make sure you have the information you need to make the best decision for your household.