If you’re looking for a way to take good care of your heating and air conditioning system, and you also want good indoor air quality, have you considered giving UV light filters to try.
I know that when it comes to air purification systems that a lot of people immediately jump to using a HEPA filter.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with HEPA filters, in fact they are excellent filters that are used in places that need high levels of sanitation, and because they need a high level of sanitation in those places and they use HEPA filters you know that they work really well. But, what you may not be aware of is that there are other alternatives that you can use instead of HEPA filters. One of such alternatives is a UV light filter. The filter works in a similar way to a HEPA filter because it also gives you clean indoor air quality but instead of being an air filter it is a bulb. A UV light filter cleans your home using exactly what it sounds like, using UV light. Adding a UV light filter to your home is simply as easy as installing a bulb onto your heating and air conditioning system. Once your heating and cooling system has the UV light filter successfully attached to it then it will begin to filter anything that’s in the air by killing any germs and bacteria on contact. So if you’re worried about germs in your house before now you can rest assured that your home is being protected.