UV Air Purifier Services in Fresno, CA by Donald P. Dick Air ConditioningGive us a call today: 559-255-1644
Ultraviolet light is usually a bad thing, unless you’re trying to kill germs in your home. Cleaners and certain filters just can’t do everything when it comes to eliminating harmful germs from your home. UV air purifiers use ultraviolet light to purify your air by killing biological hazards from your air before they even get pulled into your HVAC system. Our technicians know how to install and maintain these purifiers so you can start living a healthier, cleaner life right away.
- Cleaner Air With Ultraviolet Light
- UV Air Filtration at the Intake
- Installed by Knowledgeable, Trusted Professionals
Your home’s indoor air quality is important, and so is the system you choose to upkeep it. UV light is powerful and our technicians can also provide maintenance as well. Isn’t it time you start breathing cleaner, healthier air?
Contact Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning for your new UV air purification system in Fresno, CA.
Cleaning Your Air with Ultraviolet Light
The key to UV lighting, and what makes UV germicidal lighting so different from other kinds of air cleaners, is the use of UV–C rays. This type of ray, which is also emitted by the sun but filtered out by our atmospheric layers, can eradicate biological contaminants in your HVAC system. You don’t have to worry that UV lighting is dangerous for you; these lights are placed in specific areas that you are not in contact with, and they aren’t strong enough to hurt you. However, they do quite a job on biological organisms like mold, mildew, fungus and all other biological contaminants. This is because UV–C rays do two things at once: first, they mutate the organism’s DNA so that it can’t reproduce, and second, they kill all the life–sustaining proteins in the cell so that it can’t survive. The end result is total eradication of that contaminant.
Can I Use UV Lights for Allergens and Other Contaminants?
Simply put, UV germicidal lights only work on biological entities, so they won’t help with other types of contamination. They also don’t draw contaminants to them; they are stationary, so contaminants must pass under the light to be affected. For these reasons, it’s highly recommended that UV lights are paired with another type of indoor air quality product, such as an electronic air cleaner or an air filtration system. Creating a pairing like this for your home gives you the 1–2 punch that ensures your home’s air will be clean and healthy.
We Offer Expert UV Light Services for Your Home in Fresno, CA
Are you interested in installing and using UV lighting, or making sure that you have expert help on hand with your UV lights? Look no further than Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning. Our experts can install your new UV lighting or make sure your existing ones are properly replaced for continued beneficial usage.