When Are UV Germicidal Lights Advisable?

Monday, August 31st, 2015

It is not enough that you maintain comfortable temperatures throughout the year if you wish to live in the truly comprehensive comfort that we believe you deserve. You must also take any necessary steps to ensure that your indoor air quality is high, as well. This can be rather tricky, as there are so many potential problems which may set back the quality of the air throughout your home. The good news is that the IAQ specialists on our staff are here to help. One option to consider, in certain circumstances, is the installation of UV germicidal lights in Fresno, CA. Read the following post, and contact Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning if you think that a UV air purifier is what you need in your home.

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UV Lights and How They Eliminate Germs

Thursday, May 1st, 2014

UV Lights and How They Eliminate GermsThere are many contaminants that can lower the quality of the indoor air you breathe. They can cause discomfort, trigger allergies, exacerbate respiratory conditions and can even make you sick. Various microorganisms – including mold spores, mildew, bacteria and viruses – are particular contaminants that you should try to eliminate in your home. Not many strategies are as effective for targeting airborne organisms in your home as are ultraviolet (UV) light filtration systems.

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How Would UV Lights Benefit Your Household Air?

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

Ultraviolet (UV) light is most famous for causing suntans (or sunburns). But there is another, much healthier use for UV light that has been getting more and more attention. 

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Considering UV Lights? How They Work With Your HVAC System

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Considering UV Lights? How They Work With Your HVAC SystemIf you’re concerned about the cleanliness of the air inside your San Joaquin Valley home, an ultraviolet (UV) light system might be just what the doctor ordered. 

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The Basics of Indoor Air Quality

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

The Basics of Indoor Air QualityPoor indoor air quality is usually the result of a number of factors. From common particulates such as dust, pollen and pet dander, to more organic threats such as mold and bacteria, any number of variables can compromise the quality of your indoor air. In fact, even products you consider harmless, such as personal hygiene products, may be having a negative impact on your day-to-day life.

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UV Lights: Fights Pollutants So You Don’t Have To

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Ultraviolet lights are highly efficient at neutralizing many air-borne pollutants that can plague asthma or allergy sufferers.  Installing these air-purifying aids in your HVAC system will give a quick and substantial boost to your indoor air quality.

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Use These Tips To Evaluate Your Attic Insulation

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

While you might be concerned about losing energy through your attic, there might be more problems up there than not having enough insulation. It may be getting wet, too.

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