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UV Air Purifier Services in Corona, CA by Total Comfort, Inc.

Protecting the indoor air quality in your home is important to promoting a healthier and cleaner environment for everyone who lives there. A variety of air purifiers, ventilators, and filtration systems are available to provide fresher air with fewer contaminating particles. But when it comes to defending your home against toxic mold spores, biological growths, viruses and other microbacteria that can begin to develop inside an HVAC system, you need to have special tools.

A UV air purifier is one of the best ways to protect your home’s indoor air quality from biological hazards that develop inside the ductwork. Call on the experts at Total Comfort, Inc. and ask about installation of UV air purifiers in Corona and other parts of Southern California. With our assistance, you can safely and thoroughly take care of these threats to health in your household.

For UV air purifier installation and other services in Corona and throughout Southern California, call on the specialists at Total Comfort, Inc.

How UV Germicidal Lights Purify Your Air

The concept behind UV air purifiers is the power of ultraviolet light, which was originally used to treat diseases such as tuberculosis, and later utilized for water purification and installed in hospitals to prevent the spread of sickness through ventilation systems. Concentrated ultraviolet light at short wavelengths affects cellular material: when targeted at bacteria, mold, and microorganisms, a UV light destroys the nucleic acids in the pollutant cells and disrupts their DNA. This not only kills the cells, but also prevents the contaminants from spreading by preventing them from performing vital cellular functions.

With a proper UV germicidal light installation in an HVAC system, the ultraviolet light bathes the air passing through the ducts and eliminates mold spores, viruses, and other microorganisms before they reach the indoor air. The lights will pose no threat to the people in the house (provided they are professionally installed) and won’t leave any chemical residue in the ventilation system that might lower indoor air quality. The lights will last for many years and only need basic annual maintenance to keep them in top working condition.

Signs You Need Germicidal UV Light Installation

It’s often difficult to tell exactly what is lowering the quality of the air in your home: a number of different contaminants can lodge inside the ventilation system and lead to health complications. If you start to notice symptoms similar to allergies and asthma among people in your household, or an increase in colds and flus abnormal for the season, you should look into the possibility of biological growths as the culprit.

If your home has recently suffered from water damage, or if extremely high moisture has affected the ventilation system, this raises the chances that biological contaminants are at fault for the drop in indoor air quality. Ducts that have required recent repairs also point to the infiltration of mold into the ventilation system. Call for professionals from Total Comfort, Inc. to investigate your HVAC system and find out if you will benefit from installation of UV germicidal lights.

Contact Us for UV Air Purifier Services in Corona, CA

If you suspect biological pollutants have gotten into your ductwork, don’t hesitate to call for help from the heating and cooling specialists at Total Comfort, Inc. in Corona, CA. We are experienced with protecting the ductwork of HVAC systems from mold and microorganisms, and we will install and service the UV air purifiers that will handle the problem thoroughly and safely.

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