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UV air sanitizers are an excellent way to reduce the amount of airborne pathogens in your home. It’s designed to target bacteria, mold spores, and viruses in your HVAC system before they spread throughout your home.
Our experts at Meade’s Heating and Air can provide you with professional UV air sanitizer installation or replacement. We serve homeowners throughout Northern Virginia.
Reach out today to schedule an in-home assessment with our comfort specialists and be on your way to breathing in cleaner air!
Installing UV lights in strategic areas of your air handler or duct system can effectively improve your indoor air quality. UV air sanitizers are designed to eliminate up to 99.9 percent of airborne pathogens in your home.
Another major benefit to installing UV lights is that they can help prevent mold growth. Your AC’s air handling unit can often invite mold, particularly the evaporator coil and the drain pan. By placing UV lights near these areas, as well as in your ductwork, you can stop mold from growing in your AC equipment and prevent the spread of mold spores throughout your home.
Meade’s Heating and Air is committed to delivering the best indoor air quality solutions in Sterling and the surrounding area. Our local comfort specialists understand how the climate here in Northern Virginia affects your home environment—and we are prepared to help you find the perfect indoor air quality solution to meet your specific needs.
If you are like many homeowners, you may already be using a portable UV air sanitizer or air filter—and you might be wondering if you should still consider installing a whole-home treatment system. Our experts can help you determine the best solution for your home.
UV lights and coils are designed to treat pathogens such as mold, bacteria, and viruses. They will be ineffective against other allergens such as pet dander and dust mites.
As a result, we often recommend UV air sanitizers for households with members who are suffering from chronic respiratory conditions—these customers will find whole-home UV treatment most beneficial.
The typical, healthy household that still wants to improve their indoor air quality will likely benefit from installing other equipment, such as whole-home air cleaners or media air cleaners. You may also want to consider switching to a high-quality air filter.