UV lights and Indoor Air quality

Discover a bright solution to germ pollution.

UV lights (Ultra Violet) use powerful rays of ultraviolet light to control and kill contaminants like viruses, bacteria, yeast and mold that build up in your home when you have inadequate air ventilation or high humidity. Installed inside your duct system,  UV lights improves the air in your entire home keeping you and your family happier and healthier.

How UV Lights Work

Powerful control of your home’s air quality

Even when your heating and cooling system isn’t running , UV lights work continuously to destroy contaminants. The dual-lamp design of the UV light offers the highest intensity on the market today. Plus, there’s no emission of ozone—a known lung irritant—so your family can breathe easily and comfortably.

Helps your heating and cooling system run more efficiently

Buildup of mold and other microorganisms inside your heating and air-conditioning equipment can compromise system performance. By killing germs that may live on ducts or coil surfaces, UV  lights help keep your HVAC system clean and running at peak efficiency.

Remember 50% of all illnesses are either caused by, or aggravated by, polluted indoor air. Contaminated home comfort systems (air conditioning and heating) can become a breeding ground for biological contaminants, such as bacteria, viruses and mold.

The system can distribute contaminants throughout your home. 1 out of 6 people who suffer from allergies do so because of fungi and bacteria in the air ducts in the home. Levels of pollution inside the home can be two to five times higher, and occasionally 100 times higher, than outdoor levels. Children, elderly people, and those with weakened immune systems benefit the most from fewer airborne pollutants.

If you have questions about UV Lights, call Edwards Air Conditioning of Jupiter Florida. We have proudly been serving  Palm Beach, Martin, and Port St. Lucie County for over 29 years.