Give Your Air Quality a Boost with UV Lights
One of the priorities of owning a home is keeping the people who live there safe and clean. For you, that means keeping your Edwardsville, IL home free of outside contaminants, whether that might be unpleasant people, animals or pollution. Part of keeping your home clean is ensuring that your air is clean and free of allergens and other pollutants. UV lights are a great way to enhance your home’s air quality.
How to Keep Your Air Quality Up
In order to ensure that the air quality in your home stays high, you’ve probably already changed your cheap disposable air and vacuum filters with HEPA-grade washable filters. You may have even bought an expensive air purifier that uses ionized air or activated carbon to remove the airborne particles that accumulate in your home after cooking, opening the window or even spraying room deodorizer. These are all valid choices that can help you improve your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ). Another natural choice is using UV lights.
The Magic of Ultraviolet
We come into contact with Ultraviolet (UV) light on a daily basis, as it is a natural part of the electromagnetic spectrum. UV light is used in hospitals to disinfect equipment and remove bacteria and viruses from the air. In the home, Ultraviolet light can kill mold and inhibit mold growth in the future. It can also eliminate many airborne toxins and keep your air cleaner.
Using UV Lights in your Home
Some air purifiers use UV light to treat your home’s air and keep contaminants at bay. Professional HVAC companies like B&W Heating and Cooling can also perform UV treatments in your home. In this process, technicians expose heating coils and other sensitive equipment in your home to UV lights in order to kill bacteria and other contaminants that accumulate over time. UV lights can also be installed on a permanent basis to keep contaminants at bay. The UV system is a natural, effective way to improve the indoor air quality of your home and make it safer and healthier for you and your family.
To find out more about UV treatments and the benefits of using Ultra-violet light in your home, give B&W Heating and Cooling a call today.