Blue Tube Germicidal Light System Installation Deal
If you are interested in scheduling a $399 Blue Tube UV Light System Installation with Eastland Heating & Cooling? We can help you get the ball rolling today by filling out the form below to request your appointment. We can reach out to as soon as we receive your submission.
$399 Blue Tube UV Germicidal Light System + Installation
Benefits of UV Lights
Reduce Mold And Mildew
Fungal contamination from HVAC units is a common issue homeowners can’t afford to ignore. This stuff spreads allergic rhinitis, infectious diseases as well as asthma-inducing organisms and other diseases. Ultraviolet (UV) lights help homeowners create a robust air purification system that eliminates fungi, germs, mold, bacteria, pathogens and viruses to keep everyone safe.
Residential HVAC systems circulate air throughout every room of a home. If one person is sick, they can circulate airborne viruses and bacteria to healthy people in the home. UV lighting eliminates organic buildup on cooling coils, drain pipes, and ductwork, destroying pathogens and microorganisms that would otherwise end up making people sick.
Improve Indoor Air Quality
UV lights improve indoor air quality by killing things that could make you sick or cause your sinus passages to flare up. They combat pollutants originating in the air-handling units and fiberglass insulation in addition to airborne fungi. UV lights get rid of drug-resistant bacteria in hospitals by better than 97 percent.
Use UV lighting in your HVAC system to help it clean itself. That’s one reason UV installations are cost-effective. If you’re interested,we can inspect your home to make sure you would benefit from UV lighting. There are many to consider before installing UV lighting in your heating and cooling system. The technology’s success depends on the power, number and placement of UV lamps installed and how well they’re installed. The reflectivity of surfaces near the UV light and your home’s humidity and temperature levels also affect the effectiveness of UV lamps.