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Why Consider a UV Air Sanitizer
There are a number of reasons as to why you should consider installing a UV air sanitizer in your home. Most of the time you will hear phrases like ‘better air quality,’ but what does that truly mean? Here are a few of the top reasons to consider a UV air sanitizer:
- These units eliminate over 98% of airborne germs
- Reduces the chances of mold, fungi, and bacteria
- Combats odors and allergens in the home
- Clean air is chemical free
Because these units also stop dust and debris in their tracks, you will have to dust and clean less. Also, those suffering with allergies or respiratory illness such as asthma may find relief with the installation of a UV air sanitizer. This relief will help children to not miss school, parents to not miss work, and the overall number of doctors’ visits to be reduced. Due to the fact that air sanitizers kill mold, they can also potentially prevent the need for mold remediation in the future which also will save several hundreds of dollars.
Other Options for Clean Air
Many people cannot justify the investment needed for a UV air sanitizer. This is quite alright, as there are a couple other options to consider. Both of these may work well for your home or after trying them, it might be the catalyst for making the jump to a UV air sanitizer.
The first option for better air quality is to upgrade your air filters to HEPA grade filters. These are more expensive than the standard filters used in most homes but can filter out far smaller particles than those of lesser quality. The second option is regular air duct cleaning. By keeping your air ducts clean, less dust and debris is left in the air. This is also a great way to increase the efficiency of your HVAC unit.
Breathe Easy with Sky HVAC
If you’re considering your options and exploring better air quality, our recommendation is to call us. Some options may be more feasible than others or may work well in one home but not in the next. Our experienced technicians would love to walk you through your choices and help you find the best fit for your home. When a decision is made, Sky HVAC offers 48 months of interest-free financing and because we use flat-rate pricing you’ll know the price of the job before it ever starts.
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