UV Air Cleaners
Ultraviolet light kills bacteria and mold growing on your indoor coil before they are circulated throughout your home. UV lamps are installed near your existing indoor coil and work diligently to rid your home of the bacteria, viruses, mold and germs that impact your home’s health. We install 1 or 2 lights per indoor coil, depending on the size of the coil.
In general, yes - air purifiers with UV light can be effective at reducing airborne contaminants. UV light is known to be able to kill bacteria and viruses, and it can effectively reduce the amount of these contaminants in your home. UV light air purifiers are particularly useful for families with members who are immunocompromised and need extra protection against illness.
On average, a UV air purifier will cost between $100 and $200. However, there are many factors that can affect the price, such as the size of the unit and the specific features it offers. Additionally, some air purifiers may require special installations, which can also add to the cost. Overall, UV air purifiers are typically more expensive than other types of air purifiers on the market. However, many people feel that they are worth the investment because they are very effective at reducing airborne contaminants and making sure that the indoor air is clean and healthy to breathe.
Yes, UV air purifiers work on viruses. UV air purifiers work by emitting UV light, which is known to kill viruses. UV light destroys the genetic material of the virus, which shuts down its ability to replicate and spread.