What Do UV Lights Do?
UV lights do the same for your air conditioner that they have done for countless other sterile surfaces over time: kill mold and dangerous bacteria effectively, without requiring virtually any effort or time commitments from you beyond installing them.
Why Is this Important?
Another challenge often faced by homeowners is the buildup of moisture over time. Since condensation is a part of the air cooling process, this is not uncommon, and important parts of your HVAC unit, like its drain line, can be clogged. UV lights don’t just help kill bacteria; they also work to reduce the excess moisture produced by your HVAC unit, significantly reducing the likelihood that clogs will build up over time.
Better Performance From the Inside Out
HVAC SERVICES YOUR FAMILY CAN COUNT ON
Every day, we come to work looking forward to doing our part for your home and family – and that means having integrity every step of the way.
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