Air Purifiers and Cleaners
With the technology now available in terms of air purifiers and cleaners, you can be sure that the vast majority of particulate contaminants are being removed. They take out allergens like dust, pollen and pet dander, and some are also able to remove gaseous contaminants and neutralize odors.
When you’re trying to keep the indoor air in area home safe and breathable for your family, getting most of the contaminants out simply isn’t good enough. You want to make sure that anything that could harm your family or make someone sick is eradicated. We can assess your situation and determine if ultraviolet germicidal lights might be your best indoor air cleaning option.
Most air filters and ionizers are not particularly effective at removing these types of contaminants, leaving them in circulation and free to move about your San Antonio home through your ductwork. And of course, with these germs running rampant all over your house, the chances are very good that someone’s going to get sick. This is far less likely if you’re using UV lights to purify your home’s air.
Investing in UV Lights
When you buy an indoor air purification system for your home, you want to make sure that the one you’re getting includes UV germicidal lights. Many do, and you’ll find that you still have a lot of options in terms of size and model. But you’ll also be getting the peace of mind that comes from knowing that all bacteria, viruses and mold spores will be quickly eliminated by these lights.
You don’t want to invest money in a top of the line air cleaner or purifying system only to have the germs that escape filtration continuing to make your family sick. You want the system you buy to get rid of any contaminants that could be harmful. And that’s where UV germicidal lights come in.
Germs Can’t Escape UV Light
With UV germicidal lights added to your home air purification system, however, you’ll be cutting off the escape route for those germs. These lights are typically installed right after the filtering mechanism, so the germs are the only particulates to come in contact with the lights. They have nowhere to hide and are quickly killed by the low–level UV radiation the lights emit.
Certainly some bacteria and viruses get caught in mechanical filters and are removed by other air purification procedures. But even when they’re caught, these germs are still alive and can work their way free over time. There are also plenty of germs that don’t get caught, leaving them free to multiply and infest your home.
The Best Ultraviolet Light Products, Best Service
Our area air quality experts can also help you pick out the system that’s right for your home, and our technicians have plenty of experience with installing this type of product. We take great pride in providing only high-quality goods and services, and you can be sure that the UV germicidal lights you get from us will get the job done right.
When you’re shopping for the best UV germicidal light system for your home, we are here to help. We’re always glad to answer any questions you may have, and we carry a wide range of air purification products, including UV germicidal lights, so you can be sure you’re getting a great selection to choose from.