UV light gets a bad rap for being destructive to skin cells and an agent of premature aging. Yes, UV light can cause wrinkles, dry skin, liver spots, and skin cancer. However, ultraviolet light can also play a role in keeping your indoor air quality at peak condition. UV-C light is used in air purification and can help you rid your home of pesky mold or mildew that lurks in dark corners. UV light air purifiers utilize UV-C light to target and break down the DNA or RNA of airborne allergens and pathogens. Often, UV light air purifiers are created with HEPA filters for true sanitation power and outstanding indoor air quality.
UV light may be harmful if it is naturally occurring. However, artificial UV-C air purifiers are created with residential use in mind for the safest air sanitization possible. UV light air purifiers are ideal options to upgrade your indoor air quality (IAQ) and provide numerous benefits. To learn more about the advantages of UV air purifiers for your home, continue reading.
There are various options tailored to indoor air quality purification. If you’re in the market for an air purification system for your home, it is always best to ask a certified HVAC technician for their recommendation. Before you contact an HVAC company for their assistance, first look into comparisons to understand which air purifier will meet your needs. If you want to learn about how UV light air purifiers stack up to their competitors, take a look at our breakdown.
Are you curious about how UV light air purifiers can be used in your home to improve your indoor air quality? With the help of the highly trained and certified HVAC technicians at Comfort Solutions, you can find out what air purifier is the perfect fit for your home.
For more information, please call us at 610-438-9300 or contact us online for your air purification needs and a free estimate.
Comfort Solutions HVAC
2250 Corriere Rd
Easton, PA 18045
PA Home Improvement Contractor LIC# PA001199
NJ MASTER HVACR Contractor LIC# 19HC00499300
Sunday: Emergency Hours
Monday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Tuesday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Wednesday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Thursday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Friday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday: Emergency Hours