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The air in your home should be clean and healthy. Unfortunately, your home’s air can be polluted with many harmful contaminants. If this sounds familiar, have you considered UV lights for AC systems? Installing a UV light in your AC system can help to improve the quality of the air in your Easton, Maryland, home.

How a UV Filter Works

Most air conditioning units have two coils, one internal and one external. Because the interior one is secluded within the unit, it can be prone to microbial growth. Because the indoor unit leads directly into your home, it can push these growths into your home’s air. While your routine HVAC service appointment will maintain the unit to prevent microbial growth, it is still possible for the condition of your interior unit to affect your air quality. By installing a UV light in the interior of the AC unit, you will eliminate any growth that comes into contact with the light. UV lights not only prevent new growth but can also kill any growth that is already there.

Improving Your Home’s Air Quality

UV lights are an effective way to remove harmful bacteria from your unit and your home’s air. They are especially important for homeowners who may be sensitive to certain contaminants, including people with allergies or asthma. UV lights can destroy dangerous microbial growth, reduce common odors, and help to eliminate volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that could exacerbate a breathing condition.

Whole-House Air Purifiers

You have many options available when installing a UV light in your AC unit. You can go with a single light, or you can opt for a whole-house air purifier system. Whole-house purifier systems capture and remove harmful contaminants before they make it into your home’s air. Scheduling an evaluation with a professional technician can help you determine which air purifying system is right for your house.

UV lights are just one of the important steps to improving your home’s air quality. Call our team at Griffith Energy Services, Inc. today at 888-474-3391 to discuss your home’s air quality needs.

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