How a UV Light Air Purifier Improves IAQ
Indoor air is of excellent quality if it provides comfort and health to every occupant in your home. In improving indoor air quality, every high-quality purifier or conditioner must eliminate air pollutants and increase fresh air flow indoors. The following are ways UV light air purifiers can boost your Harrisburg, NC, home’s indoor air quality.
UV Light Air Purifiers Remove Viruses
Ultraviolet light air purifiers use artificial UVC light to sterilize and destroy viruses and bacteria. UVC light works by damaging the DNA of viruses and bacteria, which kills them and makes them unable to reproduce. Viruses and bacteria are the leading cause of pollutants in your home that lower indoor air quality.
Viruses and bacteria affect the health and comfort of your home’s occupants. That’s why you should consider installing UV light air purifiers to boost indoor air quality and improve your health and that of your loved ones.
Filters Common Airborne Pollutants
UV light purifiers have high-efficiency ratings of up to 99.97%, meaning they can filter virtually all airborne pollutants. These units can filter all indoor air pollutants with 0.3 microns or bigger, including pollen, dirt, dust, bacteria and pet dander. As you know, these are common causes of discomforts in your home that could lead to allergens, coughing, sneezing and more.
By cleaning the indoor air of all these contaminants, it becomes fresh and clean for breathing. That translates to more occupant comfort and reduced cases of airborne pollutant-triggered health problems.
Boosts Indoor Comfort
UV air purifiers make your indoor spaces more comfortable by introducing fresh and clean air indoors. Coupled with HVAC systems, these systems make your time spend indoors in the summer way more comfortable.
To boost the quality of your indoor air quality, consider hiring our qualified air conditioning techs at Dulin Mechanical. Our team commits to installing UV light purifiers with a high level of accuracy and professionalism.
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