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HVAC technology has come a long way in recent years, with UV lamps offering relief for many asthma sufferers. If you suffer from asthma or allergies, here are some ways UV technology can help to provide relief in your Woodbridge, Virginia, home.

Air Sterilization

UV lights coupled with HVAC systems work by essentially sterilizing moving air. HVAC units tend to be susceptible to the accumulation of dust, other debris and even the growth of various fungi. All of that polluted air will recirculate throughout the home. When a UV light is installed, it eliminates those contaminants, making the air quality better for everyone in the home to breathe.

Reduced Fungal Contamination

Every home is susceptible to fungi growth, but UV lamps eradicate this problem. Not only does UV technology remove airborne fungi, but it also cleans air-handling units and fiberglass insulation. Essentially, UV lighting protects your entire home from fungi growth. In fact, ultraviolet light has been used successfully in hospitals to sterilize the air.

Coil Sterilization

In addition to removing contaminants from the indoor air, UV lights can be situated to sterilize air handler coils. The UV light is cost-effective for just about every homeowner. If you’ve been thinking about trying UV technology but don’t want to spend too much money, germicidal UV lights are a reasonable alternative.

Reduced Odors

When mold, bacteria, and other contaminants are kept in check, you’ll enjoy fresher, more pleasant indoor air. Foul odors can often aggravate asthma or allergy symptoms, but with UV technology, you won’t have to worry about that.

No More VOCs

Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, are dangerous for everyone — not just asthma sufferers. These compounds are easily released into the air and can cause health problems. UV lights combat VOCs, ensuring your indoor air is always healthy and clean.

Why wait to enjoy cleaner air? Call Brennan’s Heating & Air Conditioning at 703-763-0399 to learn more about our indoor air quality products and services. We will help you to find the right IAQ solution for you home.

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