Rochester homeowners who are seeking to boost their indoor air quality are always reviewing effective options from their HVAC equipment. You maybe learned using ultraviolet (UV) light is a good, reasonably priced way to fight germs, bacteria and mold. That’s correct!
UV lights are a solution you add for comfort systems. They are a mighty source in your fight for fresher air in your Rochester residence. So, let’s learn more this germ-fighting resource.
UV light has germicidal properties. Also called sanitizing lights and purifying lights, this equipment eradicates germs, bacteria and mold.
It can be added to many HVAC equipment, and are extremely practical in halting the circulation of pollutants in your residence and your Rochester neighbors.
This purification procedure keeps the nearby air fresher and healthier. Working jointly with a quality filter, this unit will lower the likelihood these pollutants will get into your home’s ductwork.
Medical providers have been relying on UV light as an added piece of cleaning for many years, an approach backed by research by the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America.
Keeping bacteria, mold and germs out of your home’s air has a lot of health perks, even if they aren’t as apparent. This is especially essential if you suffer from allergies, asthma or other illnesses that may create difficult breathing.
Adding UV lights includes upfront costs and regular upkeep. But it offers cleaner air plus a lot of health perks, particularly for those with allergies or asthma.
A common full installation in Rochester, such as the unit and labor, ranges from $600 to $1,800. Your cost might fluctuate based on where you own your home and the model of HVAC unit you have.
Because this unit is added inside your existing comfort unit, it’s essential that you work with a certified pro, like Strogen's Service Experts.
The UV bulbs will also require replacement sooner or later. Regular service on this equipment include replacing the bulbs, which is typically $130.
However, the full price tag is related to the unit and the amount of bulbs to add. But generally this equipment are highly cost effective because they treat your total residence.
Most top brands offer HVAC UV air purifiers. The bulbs work anywhere from 9 to 14 months.
To keep your HVAC unit at its best, ensure you’re replacing these lights around this date.
This is also a good time for your regular air handler or furnace maintenance. An HVAC pro like Strogen's Service Experts can do a checkup that will keep your unit in exceptional health for a long time.
Want to find out more about UV lights or request an appointment? Contact the Strogen's Service Experts Experts at 603-923-4570 or contact us online now.
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