Benefits of UV Lights on Your Indoor Air Quality
You care about the cleanliness of your home, but one thing you can’t see well is the cleanliness of your indoor air. You may already have an air purifier in your home, but you may not have heard about UV air purifiers. Below are five benefits UV lights have on indoor air quality in your Fairfax, VA. home.
No matter how well you sweep, mop, dust and vacuum, there will always be particles in the air that find their way to the floor and any other surface. A UV light air purifier removes these particles, which saves time and energy on cleaning and HVAC maintenance.
Have you ever cleaned an area only to have a lingering odor? A UV light purifier has an active carbon filter that traps molecules that contain bad smells and eliminates them. Say goodbye to tobacco, old food and moisture smells.
Filters Pet Dander and Hair
You love your pets, but you don’t love endlessly brushing and sweeping up their fur that collects on furniture and the floors. Cat dander sticks where it lands, making it difficult to remove. A UV light air purifier removes both fur and dander.
Improves Indoor Air Quality
UV light air purifiers greatly improve your indoor air quality. Not only do they remove pet fur and dander from the air, but they also remove pollen and other pollutants that trigger asthma and allergies.
Prevents Microbial Growth
Microbial grows well in humid environments and on porous surfaces where they thrive. A UV light air purifier removes biological growth from the indoor air before it has a chance to grow.
Indoor air pollution is normally invisible, and you spend most of your time at home. Therefore, it only makes sense that you want to remove pollutants from your home. Contact Brennan’s Heating & Air Conditioning today to take the next step for having great indoor air quality in your home.
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