Reducing dust with UV lights

Dust is an annoyance that many homeowners deal with. Not only is dust unsightly on furniture, photo frames, and other decorations in your home, it can also aggravate allergies, making it uncomfortable for you or your family members.

Reducing dust is a goal that many homeowners would like to achieve, and to do that, you can add UV light to your HVAC system to not only reduce dust but also provide numerous benefits to your home’s air quality. Benefits of UV lights include:

UV lamp for Air Quality Maintain Healthier Indoor Air Quality

Your HAVAC system works to circulate air around your home, but this means it can also circulate airborne viruses and bacteria throughout your home. UV-C light is a natural disinfectant that penetrates the membranes of microorganisms and pathogens and destroys them by disrupting their DNA. This helps to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria throughout your home, helping you maintain healthier indoor air quality.

Improve Your System’s Airflow

As mentioned above, UV lighting destroys microorganisms. This means that UV light can also prevent microbial buildup on your air filters, drain pans, cooling coils, and other duct surfaces. By reducing contaminant buildup in the ductwork, the heat exchange and airflow will be improved. With better airflow, you will be able to reduce your home’s energy use, reduce maintenance costs, and will also experience an enhanced air quality.

Make Your System More Energy Efficient

Improving your airflow will help your system become more energy efficient. UV light could reduce your home’s energy consumption by up to 35%. With a UV light, you can restore your HVAC system’s performance to ideal levels, getting to work like new again. With a regular maintenance plan and the addition of a UV light, you can keep your HVAC in great working order for years to come.

UV Light Installation Services

At Restano Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the best in indoor air quality solutions. If you are interested in UV lighting or other air quality solutions for your home, contact us today to learn more about how we can help!