Because there are so many different problems which may develop with one's indoor air quality, one may be tempted to throw in the towel and to simply endure the indignities of living with subpar indoor air quality. You don't need to succumb to this defeat, though. You just have to partner up with the IAQ specialists here at Lee Heating & Cooling in order to settle your indoor air quality problems once and for all.
Not only do our technicians excel in the installation and servicing of indoor air quality products and systems, but we are also more than capable of assessing your unique situation in order to ensure that you are using the right equipment for your situation in the first place. If biological pollutants, including viruses, mold and bacteria, are giving you cause for concern in your home, then a UV air purifier in Pensacola, FL may be precisely what you need. Give us a call today to learn more.
Lee Heating & Cooling provides UV air purifier services in Pensacola and the surrounding areas.
If you have not done much research, then you may assume that all air purifiers work in much the same fashion, designed to purify the air by cleaning it of pollutants. This is not that far off, really, as all air purifiers endeavor to purify the air. However, there are many crucial differences between different types of air purifiers, and these differences mean that there is really no one single air purifier that is appropriate for all applications. When it comes to biological pollutants, for instance, it is really the UV air purifier toward which you should turn.
UV air purifiers do not filter the air, nor do they simply remove dust and dirt from the air in any other fashion. Instead, these devices are used in order to actually destroy biological pollutants. UV germicidal lights are installed within the ductwork of an HVAC system, typically near the air handler, so as to treat all of the air that passes through the system. They emit small amounts of UV radiation that are entirely confined to the ductwork, and safe for residents within the home, but devastating to biological pollutants. These pollutants are actively destroyed and rendered incapable of reproduction. Because UV air purifiers cannot filter the air, though, they are a supplement to air filters or purifiers, not a replacement for those devices.
You need to hire a trained professional to install your UV air purifiers if you want them to function properly. While the devices are actually quite simple, lacking any moving parts or complex controls, they still must be carefully integrated into your existing HVAC system. You cannot access this system on your own, nor can you hope to position your UV germicidal lights in an ideal fashion. This takes the skill and knowledge that only qualified technicians can possess.
If you have UV air purifiers in your home, but have found that your air quality is back on the decline, contact us right away. It is possible that a light has burnt out, or that your UV air purifier is malfunctioning in some way. Whatever it takes to provide you with the indoor air quality that you deserve, our technicians are here to complete the job properly.