Indoor Air Quality
UV Air Cleaning
Air cleaning and purification is an important part of improving—and preserving—your comfort at home. After all, there are many different pollutants and potential allergens that can compromise the air quality in your home, including: particulate matter such as dust, pollen and animal dander; organisms such as molds, bacteria and viruses; and gaseous pollutants that come from cleaning products, pesticides and more. That's why indoor air pollution is considered one of the top five environmental health risks.*
Cleaner air means breathing easier
Fortunately, you have the power to do something about your home’s indoor air—and it all starts with a call to your local ARS®/Rescue Rooter® air quality specialist. We'll guide you through the air quality systems available. That includes whole-home solutions such as the increasingly popular UV (ultraviolet) light air cleaner—the benefits, the cost and why it’s the perfect choice for you home.
UV light air cleaners at a glance
- A UV light cleaner, sometimes referred to as a “blue light” air cleaner, is installed into the ductwork of your HVAC system.
- The rays radiated by an ultraviolet lamp break up the cellular structure and neutralize microorganisms such as germs, viruses, bacteria and mold.
- UV air purifiers can practically eliminate germs inside your ventilation system, significantly improving the air delivered throughout your home.
Our HVAC experts are ready to help
Ready to get started, or want to know more? Get in touch with us today to schedule a no-cost assessment of your indoor air quality—and to learn more about our air quality services and installations, which are always covered by our Exceptional Service Guarantee.
* Source: http://www.epa.gov/region1/communities/indoorair.html