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UV Air Purifier Services in Shreveport, LA
There are many different kinds of pollutants that can enter your home’s air and trigger health and comfort problems, and unfortunately there is no single indoor air quality product that can deal with all of them. Mechanical air filters can take care of most of the larger particles, while small pollutants such as gas and odor molecules may need to have an electronic air purifier to eliminate them. And, if the problems in a home come from mold spores, viruses, bacteria, and various microbes, the best solution is to have a UV air purifier installed.
Although using ultraviolet lights is not the only way to destroy biological contaminants that can enter a home’s HVAC system, it is the preferred method today because it does not leave any chemical residue in the ducts that can have later harmful effects on air quality. If you rely on IAQ professionals to install UV germicidal lights for your home, you shouldn’t have any problems with getting rid of unhealthy organize pollutants. Let Hall's Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration analyze your home in Shreveport, LA and help you decide if a UV air purifier will do the job of protecting your family’s health.
If you have concerns about organic contamination in your home’s HVAC system, contact Hall's Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration for UV air purifier services.
How UV Germicidal Lights Clean Your Air
Since the early 20th century, high frequency ultraviolet light has served as a weapon against bacteria and viruses. At first used to treat tuberculosis, UV lights later became standard equipment in hospitals and other health care facilities to prevent the spread of pathogens through the ventilation system. Eventually, germicidal UV lights entered the residential sphere, where they are now a common method to stop bacteria, mold spores, and other harmful growths from lowering indoor air quality.
The way that UV air purifiers work is that they bathe part of the ductwork in an HVAC system in high frequency ultraviolet rays. These rays disrupt the DNA of the cells of microorganisms, which prevents them from reproducing, thus rendering them inert and harmless. UV radiation may be dangerous in large quantities, but these special lights do not pose any significant threat to people when installed properly, and they are installed in such a way that no one in the house will come into contact with them.
We Install and Service Germicidal UV Lights
Although UV lights are not dangerous, they do need to have professionals handle their installation to make sure that they work as intended. If you think that your home will benefit from a UV air purifier, call up the experts at Hall's Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration in Shreveport, LA and we will see what sort of indoor air quality products will help to cleanse your air. If it turns out that a UV air purifier is an ideal solution, we will take care of finding the right set of germicidal lights and installing them.
Your UV air purifier will need to have occasional maintenance service, and at times might require repair work. Our technicians have the skill and equipment necessary to take care of these jobs. We’re here to make sure you receive the cleanest air possible in your home.