Add UV Lamp to Air Conditioner to Protect Against Mold, Bacteria
Summer is coming which means it’s time to get your air conditioner serviced by your Lorain County air conditioning professional. An annual air conditioner performance check is essential to ensuring that your A/C unit will function at peak performance all summer long. This year, many Lorain County residents are asking about having UV lamps installed on their air conditioners when they schedule their annual air conditioner performance check.
Install a UV Lamp on your Air Conditioner
UV or ultraviolet light has the ability to kill bacteria and mold. Spring is a particularly wet time in Lorain County which can enable bacteria and mold, both of which thrive in moist environments, to get a toehold inside air conditioner coils and components. When the hot, steamy days of summer arrive in Loraine County, bacteria and mold spores start multiplying at an exponential rate. If bacteria or mold settle on air conditioning components, the fan will circulate bacteria cells and mold spores throughout your entire home every time the unit runs. Since many people run their air conditioner fan continuously to augment even cooling, bacteria and mold can be circulating constantly through your Lorain County home all summer long.
UV Lamp Can Make this Summer a Healthy One
Bacteria cause colds, flu and a host of other diseases that can make your family ill. Mold spores can aggravate allergies and asthma, cause mildew to grow in bathrooms and kitchens and create an unpleasant odor. If bacteria and mold are being circulated in your air conditioning system, they can make your indoor environment unhealthy all summer long. Having your Lorain County air conditioning professional install a Carrier UV Lamp in your air conditioning unit will kill bacteria and mold right at the source before it can impact your home’s health. Installing a Carrier UV Lamp on your air conditioner will keep your family safe from bacteria and mold and make this summer a healthy one.
What are you doing to improve indoor air quality in your home?
Have you scheduled your home air conditioning performance check?