HVAC UV Lights
Freshen Up Your Home With a UV Air Purifier
We typically think of our homes as a safe retreat—but what if it’s not as safe as we think? It turns out that there are a lot of common indoor contaminants that you should be wary of. Your indoor air is usually at least a few times more polluted than your outdoor air. It can even be up a hundred times more!
Fortunately, there are handy UV air purifiers that are easily installed in your ductwork and zap threatening microbes in their tracks. An HVAC UV light might sound too good to be true, but is completely real, and Gore Heating & AC can provide you with one.
How UV Lights Work
Ultraviolet (UV) light is the same light you experience when going outside everyday. It’s fairly harmless unless you’re laying in it for a long time. A UV light that is installed in your ductwork does not have the chance to affect you, but it does take action on many bad elements, including:
Multiple researchers have proven how effective this product is, including Duke University Medical Center and the journal of Applied and Environmental Microbiology. It’s a very simple, hands-off unit that really works for two main purposes:
- Improving indoor air quality – It works all year round.
- Maintaining a cleaner evaporator coil – This improves your system’s efficiency, and as a result, cuts down on your utility expenses.
Replacements are basically effortless, with a minimal cost for bulb replacement once yearly. This can be done during an annual HVAC maintenance visit.
Gore Heating & AC offers three tiers of professional HVAC maintenance.
Breathe Easier Today With Better Indoor Air Quality
We’ve served Fayetteville and the surrounding area since 1978. Many homes use our HVAC UV lights to provide better indoor air quality and HVAC efficiency for their families. We hold an A+ with the BBB and have a track record of positive reviews.
Make your indoor air easier and safer to breathe with a newly installed HVAC UV light! Call us at 910-485-5877.