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With the recent threat of illnesses such as COVID-19 and Influenza circulating, Americans are more focused now than ever before on the importance of maintaining a healthy surrounding and doing our part when it comes to illness prevention.
So, while many of us are taking part in social distancing and staying home in leu of public gatherings; it is only prudent to discuss what additional measures can be taken to help safeguard your home from harboring unwanted airborne particles.
Why you should future proof your home with UV Lights
It’s no secret, UV Lights are highly effective when it comes to killing viruses, mold, fungi, and bacteria. In fact, the use of UV-C technology has been tested against some serious contenders like tuberculosis, Influenza, and MRSA.
It’s no wonder why hospitals around the world employ the use of UV light technology in their own HVAC systems. As a part of their tireless efforts to combat the spread of airborne illnesses.
Your HVAC system circulates the air in your home which means it also circulates bacteria and viruses. UV lights don’t just work well at keeping those nasty cold and flu viruses at bay. It also does exceptionally well at preventing microbial buildup on your unit’s air coils, drain pan, air filters, and duct surfaces.
Is it effective against COVID-19?
The truth is, only time will tell as our understanding of COVID-19 is rapidly evolving. However, places like China are already beginning to use UV-C light in their fight against this pandemic.
If you are considering the use of UV-C technology in your home a professional from Air Dynamics HVAC can help you find the right solution for your needs.
In order to do our part in helping to protect residents from the harmful effects of airborne particles and to help homeowners achieve their goals of having a healthy in-home environment; Air Dynamics HVAC would like to offer a discounted price on the installation of HVAC UV Lights.
Call us today at (215)571-9471 to take advantage of this exclusive offer. For more information on the direct benefits of HVAC UV Lights, you can visit our main UV-C page by CLICKING HERE.
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