A UV Air Purifier Can Mean a Healthier Winter Season

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Even though winters in Las Vegas are about as mild as they can get in the country, that doesn’t mean we get to escape a major part of winter: its flu and cold season! Our dry air can especially contribute to the fast spread of illness in households over the winter.

There are ways to combat flu season, and not all of them have to do with medicine. There are improvements to your HVAC system that will eliminate many of the germs and flu viruses that can move through your house and spread sickness. But not just any air purifier will handle the job. You either need extremely powerful filters—which will probably end up cutting off airflow—or you can have a UV air purifier installed. The latter is the best way to go.

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How a UV Air Purifier Can Help with Better Air Conditioning

Monday, May 9th, 2016

We provide both air conditioning and indoor air quality services, and often the two cross paths. After all, most of the indoor air quality devices that we install integrate directly into the ventilation system connected to your air conditioner (as well as your forced-air heater). The UV air purifier is a special case, however. Using one of these purifiers for your home is not only a great way to eliminate germs, viruses, mold spores, and bacteria from floating around your home, it will also help your air conditioner perform at higher efficiency.

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How a UV Air Purifier Cleans Your Home’s Air

Monday, October 12th, 2015

There are many different kinds of pollutants that can enter the air of your home. Among the most unpleasant are biological contaminants. This group includes toxic mold spores, viruses, germs, and microbacteria. If these pollutants get inside the HVAC system, the blower fan will send them all around the rooms of your house. Unfortunately, most air filters and standard electronic air cleaners cannot stop these tiny pollutants. A powerful HEPA filter might work against them, but these filters are too dense for most residential HVAC systems to cope with, and they will end up cutting reducing air flow.

But there is a solution available: UV air purifiers, also known as UV germicidal lights.

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