Protect Your Family This Winter With UV Lights And Filters
Surprisingly, indoor air quality is often far more polluted than outdoor air. Pollutants such as mold, bacteria, dust, viruses, animal dander, and pollen are commonly found when testing indoor air. And, these pollutants can definitely have a negative effect on both your family’s comfort and health. For those with allergies, asthma, or compromised immune systems, the consequences of poor indoor air quality can be very significant indeed!
Thus, ensuring indoor air is clean should be an important consideration for any homeowner. And fortunately, there are very effective solutions. At Simply the Best Heating & Cooling, we take a whole-house approach to indoor air quality. This includes the use of UV lights and high quality air filters to both disinfect and clean indoor air.
How UV Lights Work To Clean Your Indoor Air
The technology for ultraviolet air cleaners was first used in hospitals and sterile environments. Now, you can take advantage of this same technology to protect your home and family from airborne pollutants.
Build up of allergens and other pollutants can happen when they are not cleaned on a regular basis. UV lights help to clean the air that circulates through your ductwork. UV rays that are emitted from the lights kill organisms such as bacteria, mold, fungi, and viruses that can cause health problems.
How effective are UV lights? They can kill over 90% of the airborne contaminants during a single cycle. This means that harmful organisms have literally been eliminated as air re-circulates back into your home.
High-quality air filters can further improve air quality and can dramatically minimize symptoms for allergy and asthma sufferers.
At Simply the Best, we are dedicated to making your home as comfortable and safe as possible. From heating and cooling system repairs and installations to implementing a whole home indoor air quality solution, we’re the right choice throughout the greater Phoenix area. Call us today and talk to our experts to schedule an appointment.