Many organisms and pollutants reside in homes, and they pose health hazards and create an unpleasant living space for its residents. UV light air cleaners can filter many of these that pass through the air conditioning system. These cleaning systems will help remove dust mites, mold, bacteria, viruses, and gaseous pollutants.
You must consider several factors when determining if UV light air cleaners are right for a home. First, it is important to verify that the UV system can be placed at least 36 inches away from the HVAC system. This will ensure that the pipes do not melt under the intense heat that is emitted from the germicidal UV heat lamps.
Due to the safety regulations surrounding these units, only a licensed and certified technician can install, repair, and maintain UV light air cleaners. Apex Air understands all federal, state, and local regulations regarding UV light air cleaners replacement, repair and installation services.
UV light air cleaners experience a fair amount of wear and tear over time. A technician must perform service and maintenance as soon as a problem is noticed. A technician on a routine HVAC visit may notice that the UV light air cleaner is not making the home as clean and fresh as it should. This is just one sign that the UV light air cleaner needs attention.
Homeowners with older UV light air cleaners should consider opting for a newer replacement system. An upgraded UV lamp air system can be more economical and provide more desired results for their family’s needs.
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