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Want Cleaner Air? Consider Adding UV Lights To Your HVAC System

Cleaner air is now easier to achieve with the innovation of the electrostatic filter and with high-intensity UV (ultraviolet) lights that are directly installed into your HVAC system. Electrostatic filters capture dust, pollen, mold spores and pet dander by attracting them to a surface that is charged, whereas UV lights kill potentially harmful bacteria, viruses…

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UV Lights In Your HVAC System Combat Bioaerosols In Your Air

Don’t underestimate your options when it comes to destroying bioaerosols lurking in your home’s air. You’re not at their mercy with the power of UV lights installed alongside your HVAC system. Ultraviolet (UV) lights have long been used in hospitals and other “clean” environments to combat bacteria, viruses and mold. Now, residential systems give homeowners…

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Air Purifiers: How They Combat Bad Air In Your Metro-East Home

Improving indoor air quality is possible, especially if you work with an expert to carefully evaluate air purifiers, choosing a system with the right technology to attack contaminants that exist in your indoor air. Therefore, it’s important to know what pollutants may lead to bad air, and which contaminants, if any, may be causing respiratory…

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Mold Growth and High Humidity Go Hand in Hand, and Here’s Why

Mold is a natural part of the environment and, when growing outside, does its part in helping to break down dead, organic materials as part of nature’s constant recycling process. When found inside your home, however, mold can be a big problem and should be avoided at all costs. Household mold stinks, causes damage if left…

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How UV Lights Help Clean Up Your HVAC System And Your Indoor Air

Indoor air quality is one of the most important considerations to homeowners, especially those with family and loved ones who are affected by asthma and other respiratory issues. Unfortunately, a dirty HVAC system can lie at the heart of indoor air pollution. Mold, bacteria and other organic airborne contaminants tend to breed inside of the…

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