AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘UV Light Air Cleaning’

Ultraviolet Light Can Make Your Air Cleaner

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

Ultraviolet light is found in sunlight, but UV lamps are used for more than just tanning. Ultraviolet light has the power to disinfect, making it useful for sterilizing surgical equipment or helping to purify water without harmful chemicals. And today, you can have the power of UV light in your home, helping to clean up the air you breathe in each and every day.

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How UV Lights Can Help to Keep You Healthy

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

When the weather outside is less than ideal, we keep the windows and doors shut tightly so that the air conditioner (or heater) can operate as intended. As soon as you open up a window, you let the warm air in that you’re trying desperately to keep out by operating your whole-home air conditioner. The advantages to shutting windows and doors are clear, but there are some downsides as well.

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3 Things You Should Know about Your Indoor Air Quality

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

Temperature isn’t the only thing that concerns you when it comes to your home comfort. Of course, you want a few nice places to sit and a big comfy mattress. But the quality of the air you breathe can also make a huge difference in your comfort and your health. Here are three things we think homeowners should know about their indoor air quality, which could put you on the path towards improving it.

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Do UV Lights Really Clean the Air?

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

In recent years, we’ve added elements to our homes that have accelerated the growth of microorganisms, including self-defrost refrigerators, humidifiers, and energy-efficient AC units. While these systems do a lot to improve our indoor air comfort, they also provide a breeding ground for mold and bacteria pollutants that could be in your ductwork or drainpipes.

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How UV Lights Can Clean Your Air

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Looking for a new indoor air quality system to help your family members deal with their allergies or asthma symptoms? While the filter in your air conditioning system is useful for this purpose, it may not be so great at eliminating bacteria, viruses, and other tiny microorganisms from your home’s air. An additional filtration system is helpful, but for those concerned about illnesses and severe symptoms, we usually recommend UV light air purifying systems. Learn more about the power of UV germicidal lights below.

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