McAllen UV Air Sanitizer Services

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Home heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems can be equipped with a number of different useful accessories. Many of these accessories are made necessary by the location, climate, exterior and interior conditions of a home, as well as the particular lifestyle patterns of each resident. One of the more advanced and effective ways to control indoor air pollutants is by having an ultraviolet (UV) air sanitizer installed in your home. A UV air sanitizer is an accessory that can be added to your heating and cooling system like a supplementary filter. It uses a high concentration of ultraviolet light to efficiently eliminate unwanted particles from you air. All Valley Plumbing & AC Co. offers specialized UV air sanitizer services to our customers in McAllen and the surrounding areas, helping to ensure improved indoor air quality, a fresher interior atmosphere, and keeping you and your family safe from harmful contaminants. To read reviews from other customers in your area on our outstanding services, click here.

What the main advantages of installing a UV air sanitizer?

Probably the most noticeable and immediate benefit of UV filtering is control of allergens inside your home. An organic allergen like mold can be greatly reduced by a properly adjusted UV air sanitizer. Another great advantage to installing a UV air sanitizer is the dramatic reduction in the number of chemicals in the home. Air fresheners and surface cleaners are not as necessary if your air is clean. If you are a pet owner, a UV air sanitizer will help to reduce dander and subsequently provide relief from allergy related symptoms. These units are also great for smokers, as they will decrease odors, and produce fresher and cleaner air. Additionally, UV air sanitizers will help to eradicate airborne germs, minimizing your family’s propensity to illnesses.

How does it work?

All heating and cooling systems operate by channeling airflow through a circulation system in the home. At one of the central points in this system, a bank of ultraviolet lights can be installed to provide an invisible barrier in the path of circulating air. When the airflow passes that point, all the volume is exposed to the ultraviolet light, and any unwanted contaminants suspended in that airflow will be eliminated.

What households would benefit most from this system?

As mentioned earlier, the location, climate, and surrounding conditions of a home are the key factors in determining whether a UV air sanitizer will be a useful addition to your heating and cooling system. Location is important, because if you property is situated in a canyon downwind from a pond or grove that is home to spore-bearing plants, it will be necessary to ensure those spores don't take root inside your residence.

Climate is also important, because warm, humid areas will be far more susceptible to airborne pathogens than dry or cold air. During warmer weather, it is likely that there will be a major increase in all kinds of bacteria.

Exterior conditions are also useful for determining if UV filtering will have any noticeable benefits in your home. If your home is close to a vacant lot or if there is a construction site across the street, an abundance of unwanted particulates can enter into your home including dust, dirt, bacteria, mold, as well as several other harmful contaminants.

UV air sanitizers are also useful in controlling household odors that can create a less than desirable environment for residents and their guests.

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