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UV Light Installation

The UV light can help eliminate many types of fungi, bacteria, germs, viruses and pathogens.

Fungal contamination in HVAC units is a widespread issue that shouldn’t be ignored as it often contributes to building-related diseases, infectious diseases, allergic rhinitis, asthma and hypersensitivity pneumonitis, according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information.

Ultraviolet light helps kill a variety of harmful bacteria and mold.

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Commercial UV Light Installation
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Benefits of UV Light Sanitizing

Helps eliminate many types of fungi, bacteria, germs, viruses and pathogens.

Prevents the organic build up on the surfaces of your HVAC system’s coils.

Improve airflow and the energy efficiency of your HVAC system


Disinfecting and Sterilizing

Usually, the UV lights are installed within the air handler, which remains turned on 24/7. The HVAC UV lights are effective at controlling mold inside the air handler, as all mold in line-of-sight of the UV bulb will be killed, keeping the coil mold-free.

Ultraviolet (UV) lights for air purification are  important for properties located in humid areas prone to mold growth or for those with severe health issues. 


HVAC UV lights do a great job at disinfecting and sterilizing the cooling coil.

Bulbs need to be replaced every 6-12 months, or as needed.

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Controls Mold and Bacteria

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