UV Air Sanitizer Replacement & UV Air Sanitizer Installation
If you are thinking about getting a UV air sanitizer for your home, call the experts at Idaho Heating & Air in Meridian. We carry the latest in UV air sanitizers, and our knowledgeable technicians are trained in the most current installation techniques. You can count on us to provide exceptional workmanship with friendly customer care.
Idaho Heating & Air is your UV air sanitizer expert in throughout Meridian, Nampa, & Boise, ID!
What are UV Air Sanitizers?
In simple terms, a UV air sanitizer uses UV-C light technology to reduce the growth of airborne microbial organisms like bacteria, fungi, and viruses. The UV light kills these foreign particles with rays of ultraviolet light and destroys them as they pass through the light. UV air sanitizers have been proven to be beneficial for people who suffer from asthma and other lung ailments.
Benefits of UV Air Sanitizers
UV air sanitizers are far superior to conventional sanitizers. They are very energy efficient and because they don’t actually use any filters, there is no accumulation of dust particles on the filter like there is with conventional air sanitizers.
Studies show that UV air sanitizers utilizing UV-C light technology are very effective at eliminating airborne viruses, bacteria, mold, mildew, and fungi. Not all UV air sanitizers are the same. However, most offer the following benefits:
- Keeps your home smelling clean.
- Reduces the development of harmful microbiological organisms.
- Uses UV-C light to effectively kill germs and viruses.
- Offers a non-toxic way to sanitize the air.
- Uses ultraviolet light to sanitize the air and surfaces of the home.
Cons of UV Air Sanitizers
In spite of the many benefits it provides, UV light has its flaws. Ultraviolet light sources will eventually wear out over time. UV air sanitizers do not kill every harmful particle. In addition, some UV air sanitizers produce ozone to kill bacteria which, if not properly distributed, can pose a serious health risk. Unfortunately, ultraviolet air sanitizers are somewhat pricey because they are still relatively new on the market.
Do you want to improve the air quality inside your home? Do you want to minimize the risk illness due to indoor air pollutants? Idaho Heating & Air in Meridian can help you attain these goals.