Did you know the air quality inside homes and businesses is typically two to five times more polluted than the air outdoors? Improving your indoor air quality is beneficial to everyone, especially those who suffer from allergies, asthma and other respiratory illnesses.
Fortunately, there’s an easy solution to dramatically improve your home’s indoor air quality – installing a whole house UV air purifier. If you’re interested in learning more about UV air purifiers or want to have one installed in your home, contact the indoor air quality experts at KS Services today.
How Do UV Light Air Purifiers Work?
Ultraviolet air cleaners utilize UV lights to clean the air in your HVAC system and ductwork. Ultraviolet light can safely eliminate germs, mold and mildew. In some cases, it can control and even reduce or eliminate airborne bacteria and viruses. Ultraviolet air cleaners are a safe and effective way to clean your home’s air.
KS Services keeps your family healthier and prevents mold growth indoors with UV air cleaners that work inside your HVAC systems to neutralize allergens, irritants, and contaminants, and stop their spread. Learn more, and view our selection of UV air cleaners today by calling KS Services!
Benefits of Installing a UV Light Air Purification System
When you have the indoor air quality experts at KS Services install a UV light air filtration system in your home, you’ll receive the following benefits and so much more:
Pollen, dust and dander in the indoor air supply can negatively affect our respiratory systems, especially for those who suffer from asthma and allergies. UV light air cleaners filter these contaminants from the air supply for a healthier environment.
If your home is prone to unpleasant smells from dirty socks, pets, cooking or musty rooms, you’ll have the relief you need when you have a UV light air cleaner installed in your home.
The installation of a UV Air purifier can help keep your home and your HVAC system clean. UV air purifiers help eliminate the risk of mold in your HVAC system and in your home, and cut down on the amount of dust and particles in your ductwork.
Contact KS Services for an Ultraviolet Air Cleaner
The indoor air quality specialists at KS Services care about the health of your family. If you’re interested in learning more about how an ultraviolet air cleaner works or to have one installed in your home, give us a call or contact us online today.