Residential & Commercial UV Light Air Purification


UV Light Air PurificationUV Light Air Purification — Indoor air quality is a major issue for hospitals, businesses, and in households where a family member has a respiratory problem or illness that is affected by the indoor air quality. Dirt, dust, and mold spores aren’t uncommon in many households, and if you have pets, the situation can be worse.

The best way to remove airborne particles and bacteria from your home or business is to have a residential or commercial UV light air purification installed by the experts at Pace & Sons Mechanical, Inc.

How UV Light Air Purification Works

UV light air purification systems use ultraviolet light to remove contaminants from the air before they have a chance to get into your living space. UV light systems are integrated into your home or business' HVAC system, so all the air that is circulated through it ends up passing over the UV air sanitizer. Even if your filters are dirty, the particles will still be removed before they are inhaled by you and your family.

The Benefits of a UV Light Air Purification System

A properly installed UV light air purification system has the potential to remove up to 99% of all the airborne contaminants in your home or business. Hospitals and labs have been trusting UV light sanitizers for decades and Pace & Sons Mechanical, Inc can professionally install one in your home or business. With a UV light air purification system, you will have peace of mind knowing you are keeping your indoor air quality high. Here are some of the benefits of a UV light system:

  • Healthier living environment for you and your family or customers
  • Kills bacteria, mold, and viruses where they hide and collect
  • Cuts down on system maintenance by keeping your parts free from mold build up
  • Reduces odors by circulating clean air into your living space

UV Light Air Purification Installation

When you choose to have a UV light air purification system installed in your home, insist on a licensed technician with experience installing these kinds of systems. Ultraviolet can be dangerous when it touches exposed skin, so you don’t want to put yourself or anyone else in danger by trying to install it or by looking for a cheaper solution. Aside from the safety issues, you need a system that will remove contaminants like it is supposed to, and only professional installation can make that happen.