What is Whole Home Ultraviolet Air Purification And Does It Really Work?

UV technology has been used to disinfect water, surfaces, and the air you breathe. But, does it really improve indoor air quality?


Ultraviolet Air Purifiers

Ultraviolet or otherwise known as UV air purifiers use bulbs that emit UV-C energy that neutralizes harmful pathogens and microbes from within the air as well as on your evaporator coil. They are installed within the home’s ductwork and the air conditioner’s evaporator coil to treat the air flowing through the system, killing live matter and stopping its reproduction. The UV light neutralizes viruses, bacteria, and other Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) to reduce allergy-related health issues, respiratory issues, the health effects of short-term and long-term exposure to poor indoor air quality, and the transmission of illness throughout a household. When used and installed properly, UV air purifiers are safe for use in homes. The UV light is contained within the HVAC system, which eliminates the risk of exposure to UV rays. The UV light has been proven to inhibit the growth of and prevent the spread of mold and mildew from within the air conditioning system. UV air purifiers destroy their cells, which prevents reproduction and kills active spores.



UV Bulb Maintenance

UV air purifiers are very low maintenance. Only bulbs require replacement and are made to the last one to three years between changes, depending on the model. UV light air purifiers are energy efficient and the bulbs used require minimal energy consumption even with around-the-clock use.

Without proper HVAC air filtration and maintenance, parts break down faster, ultimately leading to high-cost and sometimes preventable repairs. The UV air purifiers addition to the HVAC system improves the overall efficiency of heating and air conditioning equipment for further savings.

For blub replacement, it is highly recommended to contact your UV Bulb installation experts due to their safety and product knowledge. Fresh Air Matters offers single and double-bulb UV light installation to help you inhibit the growth of microbes on your furnace coil and improve your indoor air quality by creating the fresh, purified indoor air you deserve to breathe.


Whole-Home Air Purifier

Clean air is not only important but essential to us all. However, some might say that clean air is not possible these days due to the constant degradation and air pollution. Even the cleanest environments, rooms, and air contain invisible and sometimes visible particles and dirt that could be detrimental to your health or even aggravate already existing health issues. However, by using an in-duct active air purifier you can effectively remove these pollutants to provide a cleaner indoor environment.

The in-duct whole-home air purifier combining multiple technologies to offer best in class active air purification indoors, effectively reducing bacteria, dust, viruses, odors, allergens, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and more. Fresh Air Matters offers a whole-home air purifier that utilizes multiple technologies that include UV-C light, ionic oxidation, and negative ionization to purify indoor air and surfaces. Its unique technologies target air quality problems at the source using environmentally-friendly oxidizers and a negative ionization system to safely and effectively purify the air in your home. The air we breathe in our homes may contain millions of particulates, most of which are so small they are impossible to see. To clean the air, you need an air purifier that can deliver a total indoor air quality solution by removing:

  • Cold and Flu Viruses

  • Harmful Bacteria and Germs

  • Dust, Mold, and Pollen

  • Cooking Odors

  • Tobacco Smoke

  • Biological Growth

  • Volatile Organic Compounds

  • Pet Allergens

  • Unhealthy Chemicals

Filter, purify, and sterilize the air you breathe with a Fresh Air Matters Whole Home UV Air Purifier.


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Although our Single and Double Bulb UV lights, as well as our Whole-Home Air Purifiers, inhibit the growth and spread of microbes from your furnace coil and the air circulating through your HVAC system, they are not 100% effective. Microscopic particles can still escape their rays. It is imperative to regularly replace the A/C filter, as well as regularly schedule HVAC maintenance for maximum air filtration and HVAC efficiency. Fresh Air Matters specializes in improving indoor air quality by offering one-of-a-kind A/C filter replacement plans, as well as other services like air duct cleaning, HVAC maintenance, carpet cleaning, portable and stand-alone HEPA filter air purifiers, and other indoor air quality products. Our plans, services, and products improve your indoor air quality by creating the fresh, purified indoor air you deserve. For more information go to www.freshairmatters.com or click the button below.




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