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Ensure Clean and Healthy Air with UV Light Installation

Installing UV light in the HVAC is an innovative approach to enhancing indoor air quality. These specialized lamps emit ultraviolet rays that disinfect and deodorize the air, contributing to a more comfortable and healthier living or working environment. They are specially designed to fight a variety of pollutants and neutralize harmful microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and allergens that can negatively affect the air in your home or office and exacerbate allergies and respiratory conditions. By installing UV HVAC lamps in the air handler, you can be sure that those in your home are not exposed to various harmful organisms and breathe clean, fresh air.

At Green Ductors, we have years of experience and expertise in installing UV lamps for HVAC systems. Our team of certified technicians will work with you to determine and select the best UV system for your HVAC unit and ensure it is installed correctly. We evaluate your needs and provide high-quality services to assist you in creating a safer and cleaner indoor environment.

A 2012 study by Duke University Medical Center found that UV lamps kill 97 percent of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, the so-called superbugs that are the hardest to kill.

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Why You Need UV Light For HVAC Installation

High humidity levels create a dark and humid environment in your cooling system, which is the perfect breeding ground for viruses, bacteria, fungi, and algae to multiply. Every time we cough, sneeze, or even breathe, we release millions of droplets into our air environment. When these droplets are introduced into the system and then distributed throughout the house, everyone in the house is exposed to these germs.

HVAC ultraviolet lighting systems are designed to enhance indoor air quality by eliminating or minimizing microbial contaminants. These lamps are installed in your system's air handler or ductwork, allowing the air to pass by them as it circulates through the HVAC system. The UV light emitted by the lamps destroys the DNA and RNA of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, and mold, leaving the microbes unable to replicate (some die immediately). This is because the light produced by the systems is similar to sunlight but has a higher intensity. Simply put, these lamps help to effectively purify the air in your home.

Our expert team will install UV lamps in the HVAC unit next to the coils area to prevent mold or bacteria growth as air passes through. We know how to help you keep your space healthy!

Enjoy the Benefits Of UV Germicidal Lamp Installation

UV light has long been used in medical and commercial industries to sanitize and disinfect. By harnessing this technology within your HVAC system, you can experience numerous benefits.

Enhances Air Quality

HVAC UV lights effectively kill germs and allergens, ensuring cleaner and healthier air circulation throughout your space. By installing them, you contribute to the health of you and your family and create a space where you can feel really good.

Increases the efficiency of HVAC systems

With UV light installation, you can save money by significantly lowering the energy consumption of your HVAC system and therefore reducing your energy costs. With regular maintenance and the use of a UV system, you can cut the amount of energy you consume by up to 35%.

Effectively fights the appearance and spread of mold

The ultraviolet light in your HVAC unit prevents mold from spreading in your home and effectively kills any that has already formed.

Extends system life and minimizes the need for repairs

Your air conditioner produces moisture, and condensation can build up and clog the drain line. This clogging can lead to system breakdowns and the need for quick and sometimes expensive repairs. Installing lamps can prevent this from happening.

Promotes better health and well-being

UV lamps help reduce the spread of colds and viruses and shorten the duration of colds. Studies have shown that ultraviolet light is the most effective way to prevent diseases and fight infections. These specialized lamps are especially beneficial for those who suffer from allergies, asthma, and a weakened or compromised immune system.

Better airflow

Because UV light destroys germs, you won't have build-up on your air filter, ductwork, or coils. With less drag, your system will be more efficient and perform better.

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      Find your best UVC-lamp package

      UVC lamps installation

      We install UVC lamps into the HVAC unit above the cooling coils' area, as most germs are concentrated there.

      Air Duct Cleaning + UV Lamp Installation

      Air Ducts Cleaning, Returns and Supplies sanitizing using EPA-certified products, Blower Motor, Cooling Coils, Outside Condenser Cleaning, and Disinfection, UVC lamps installation.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      We understand that you may have questions about HVAC UV light installation. Here are some common queries we receive from our customers:

      What types of UV lamps are there?

      There are three main types of UV lamps - low pressure, medium pressure, and high pressure. The most common is the low-pressure lamp, which produces a large amount of short-wave ultraviolet light (UV-C).
      Not sure what type of lamp to choose for your needs? Contact Green Duсtors and we'll help you find the one that works best for you.

      Is UV light safe?

      The use of UV lamps for your HVAC system is completely safe, as long as they are installed properly and use the correct UV light spectrum. That's why it's important to hire a professional to perform UV light installation correctly.

      What is your UV light installation process?

      When you request the service and make an appointment, Green Ductors experts will come to your location, measure the area of your home, look at your current ductwork and layout, and suggest the best UV lighting system for your home that will meet your needs. We'll carefully install it into your HVAC system, make any necessary adjustments, and answer any questions you may have. If necessary, our experts will also offer you other possible solutions that will ensure effective and efficient germ-killing (for example, cleaning or replacing air ducts, if necessary in your situation).

      How effective are UV lamps?

      There have been many studies that have proven that UV lamps are actually very effective in reducing the growth of germs in your HVAC system. One of the proofs of this is that many hospitals, restaurants, stores, and other businesses use them to sterilize equipment.

      How much does HVAC UV light installation cost?

      How much it costs to install UV light in your HVAC unit depends on several factors:

      • the size of the system,
      • the humidity and temperature levels in your home,
      • the number of lamps needed, and their placement.

      Additionally, UV system maintenance can be done when your HVAC unit is serviced or your air ducts are cleaned.
      Every HVAC system is different, which is why our experts can analyze your needs and let you know what will work best for you. Contact us today to get started.

      How long do the UV lights last?

      Typically, UV lights last 12 months (or about 9000 hours of use) before they need to be replaced.

      How often do the UV lights need to be replaced?

      UV lamps should be removed and replaced every year or every 9,000 hours. This is necessary to maintain the efficiency of your system, as most quality lamps emit at least 80% of their original UV-C radiation at the end of one year.

      Do HVAC UV lights use a lot of electricity?

      The amount of electricity consumed by a UV lamp depends on the wattage of the lamp. But they usually do not consume much electricity.

      Can I install UV lamps in my HVAC system myself?

      If the UV lamps are installed incorrectly, it can lead to serious consequences, such as skin and eye burns. Moreover, it is important to remember that not every system is suitable for your home, and the wrong choice can only aggravate the situation. Therefore, it is always better to leave this matter to professionals in Green Ductors. Fill out the form and our experts will contact you shortly.

      Do you install UV lamps in commercial facilities?

      Green Duсtors offers professional UV lamp installation services for both residential and commercial properties. We have many years of experience and a reputation as a reliable supplier trusted by our customers. We will be happy to install UV lighting at your commercial or industrial facility. Contact us today and we will help you find the best solution to protect your employees and customers from the spread of viruses.

      Should the HVAC UV light always be on?

      Yes, for UV lamps to be effective in your HVAC system, they must be switched on at all times.

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