Did you know UV light kills 99.9% of all viruses? With everything happening in the world right now related to not only the Coronavirus but also the flu and other viruses, it is important to do all you can to protect yourself and your family. We are proud to offer a UV light that can do just that!
Blue Tube UV
If you get sunburned, you are worried about getting skin cancer. UV light acts the same way as the sun. Any virus that passes the light will get sunburned and the DNA will be broken. The light also kills algae, mold spores, and mushrooms.
The Blue Tube UV from Fresh-Aire UV is hard to find but we are proud to carry and install it at Tower Heating & Air. It is the single most popular UV light product for HVAC systems in the world! As a homeowner, you will be able to breathe easy knowing that the air your family breathes is protected by this proven technology.
What Does it Do?
To put it simply, the UV light kills the mold and germs that are inside your central air system. Mold loves to be inside of cool, damp areas – much like your air system. The Blue-Tube UV is proven effective at sterilizing mold and other biological contaminants. Not only does the Blue Tube UV improve your health, but it also helps prolong the life and efficiency of your system.
According to the EPA indoor air pollution is often five times worse than outdoor. The light is guaranteed to improve your indoor air quality by sterilizing mold, bacteria, viruses, and allergens from the air as it cycles through the central air system.
How Does it Work?
The UV-C light kills nearly all biological contaminants including bacteria, mold, viruses, and allergens. It does this by scrambling their DNA. This prevents them from reproducing.
Source: Fresh Aire UV
Ready to Have Cleaner Air?
At Tower Heating and Air, we carry one and two-year Blue-Tube UV light kits. We will install the light kit for $600 total. For just $600 more, we will install a system that will also get rid of all those pesky smells in your home. Call us today at 919-755-1957 to ask us any questions or to schedule an appointment.