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Installing HVAC UV Lights in Muncie, IN

A filtration system makes it simple to purify the air in a home. High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters and electrostatic systems can reduce the number of particles in the air by nearly 100%. However, to ultimately reduce the number of biological agents in the air, such as bacteria, mold, and other contaminants, a UV light must be installed in the home’s HVAC system.

Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling has provided HVAC UV light installation services in Muncie, IN, and surrounding areas for many years. They have assisted homeowners throughout the Muncie community in improving the air quality of their homes, and they provide the HVAC services required to keep customers’ homes secure and comfortable.

Commitment and Dedication

Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling’s commitment to their customers begins with fully qualified HVAC service experts. Each technician possesses the skills and knowledge to face any challenge that may arise. This level of dedication assures each customer that the job will be completed correctly the first time.

Types of Sanitizing UV Lights

Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling provides two types of sanitizing lights as part of the installation process: air sanitizing lights and coil sanitizing lights.

Air Sanitizing Lights. Air sanitizing lights are built into the air ducts. As the air passes over them, the UV light kills any biological elements that try to re-enter the home’s living areas.

Coil Sanitizing Lights. Coil lights are specifically designed to protect the home’s air conditioner. Coil UV lights are directed at the refrigerant coils of the air conditioning unit, which aid in dehumidification. Condensation forms as humidity are drawn from the air into the home, attracting particles such as pet hair, pollen, and dirt. New molds, bacteria, and mildew cannot grow once a coil light is installed and all existing growth is killed.

Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling’s professional experts will work with homeowners to determine which lights will best serve their HVAC needs. Technicians will also ensure the installation process runs smoothly, allowing each customer to get the most out of their air purifiers.

Installing an HVAC UV Light

Regardless of which filtration system is installed in the HVAC system, HVAC UV lights can significantly improve the filter’s performance. By incorporating UV lighting into an innovative electrostatic or HEPA filtration system, pollutants and biological aging can be eliminated. Combining UV light with an advanced electrostatic or HEPA filtration system can eliminate particulate pollutants while also destroying biological agents that cause allergies and illness. Technicians will carry out the following procedures to ensure that the UV lights are properly installed.

  • Choose the best location for the light to kill the mold and mildew
  • Drill holes in the metal HVAC cover to allow the light to be inserted
  • Connect the UV light housing to the air conditioner
  • Plug the light into the nearest available outlet

Advantages of HVAC Light Installation

When installing an HVAC UV light in their home’s air purification system, owners will enjoy several benefits.

Odor Reduction

Many of the unpleasant odors that people notice in their homes are caused by bacteria and fungus growing in the HVAC system. This is because dirt and other debris have accumulated in the ducts. As the buildup progresses, it can trap bacteria and mold spores, allowing them to grow and cause foul odors. Installing a UV light can aid in the removal of biological agents and odors.

Decrease in Allergies

Mold and mildew are two of the most common allergy triggers, causing sensitive people to experience little to no relief. An HVAC UV light can help reduce the concentration of these particles in the air and help to control allergies.

Minimize Illness

UV lights are highly effective at killing most viruses and bacteria. Installing a UV light in an HVAC system can significantly reduce the number of infectious agents, improving the health of the home’s occupants.

Higher Efficiency

Biological growths have the potential to clog a home’s HVAC system. Installing an air sanitizing UV light will aid in the elimination of much of this growth. The UV light that sanitizes the coils helps to improve efficiency. Killing and preventing growth on the AC coils allows the system to cool the home more effectively.

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It can be challenging to find a company to install an HVAC UV light. Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling can handle all of your UV light requirements. They have been providing HVAC solutions to Muncie residents since 1969, and they are dedicated to keeping those customers’ homes safe. To schedule your HVAC UV light installation, call Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling today.

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