When clean, healthy air in your home is your goal, call Green Horizon One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, your Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area air sanitizer system experts providing professional UV air sanitizer system installations and repairs.
What Do UV Air Sanitizer Systems Do?
The air filter in your air conditioning and heating system is designed to catch some of the airborne dust and dirt particles. Even the best filter, however, will still allow microscopic particles to pass through. UV air sanitizers, which are the latest in air purification technology, use ultraviolet light to incinerate the majority of all airborne dust, germs and bacteria particles before they can make their way back into your home.
Why you should consider a UV air sanitizer system for your home
Hospitals use UV air sanitizer systems for their effectiveness at reducing airborne particles, bacteria, and viruses. When you have a UV air sanitizer installed in your home, you can achieve the same kind of air quality. This is particularly important if someone in your family suffers from allergies, asthma or any other lung condition.
Unlike traditional filtration systems, an ultraviolet air sanitizer system does not require filters. That means there is no need to worry about a filter becoming clogged or needing to replace it.
The importance of a trusted professional installation
The licensed installers at Green Horizon One Hour can help choose the right UV sanitizer for your home. By trusting the installation with us you will be sure that it will be completed in accordance with all applicable safety codes and following the manufacturer’s specifications which helps protect its warranty.
If eliminating virtually all airborne dust, bacteria, and virus particles in your home interests you, your best choice is the latest technology of ultraviolet air sanitizer systems professionally installed by Green Horizon One Hour. We are dedicated to providing solutions for our customers that are energy efficient and help improve the comfort and overall health of their indoor environments and their occupants.
More Benefits to UV Sanitizers
Besides neutralizing airborne viruses, bacteria, and allergens to protect your health, UV sanitizers are also great at protecting your HVAC unit. Since those particles are getting neutralized at the start of the system, they aren’t traveling through the ducts and creating buildup. This means, far fewer cleanings are needed if any at all.
Some homeowners may wonder if an extra-strength filter (like a HEPA filter) is a good alternative to UV sanitizers. While HEPA filters are great at eliminating airborne contaminants, residential HVAC systems very rarely support these types of filters. HEPA filters create too much air resistance, and thus too much strain on a unit to work effectively. With a UV sanitizer installed, some homes may not even have to worry about using filters at all. A filter mainly acts as extra protection alongside a UV sanitizer, but you still won’t need to change them out as often even if you choose to use one.
Another benefit to UV sanitizers is that they remove VOCs (volatile organic compounds) from the air, which are harmful to both human health and the environment. During the process of sanitation, a UV sanitizer will also create hydroxyl as a by-product, which actually removes pollution from the atmosphere. Not only are you protecting yourself with a UV sanitizer, but you are protecting the environment as well.
Lastly, UV sanitizers efficiently remove odors from the home as the air passes through the system. Pet odors, cooking odors, chemical odors, and any other odors around the home are removed from circulation, leaving only fresh and clean air to breathe. Many homeowners notice a huge difference with their indoor air quality in a few short hours of the system working. Instead of relying on chemical sprays or other scents to mask offensive odors, the UV sanitizer does the work for you.
A UV sanitizer is a no-brainer for people with sensitive allergies, living with pets, with compromised immune systems, and living in polluted environments. Bacteria, viruses, and other indoor contaminants are eliminated for only the purest of indoor air circulating about your home. If other methods of air sanitation have failed you, and you are still experiencing negative symptoms from less-than-optimal air in your home, it’s time to call the experts about installing a UV sanitizer today!