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UV air purifiers have lamps to emit UVC light that’s normally blocked by the atmosphere. This light is stronger than the UVA or UVB rays that lead to sunburns, and it damages the DNA of microorganisms to keep them from reproducing. A UV air purifier can provide better indoor air quality, increased comfort, and easier maintenance for your home in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Better Indoor Air Quality

A UV air purifier can prevent pests like dust mites and keep small organisms from reproducing and causing bad smells. It can also help you avoid dust on your floors and furniture and asthma or allergy symptoms. It can’t remove particulates like smoke, so you should still have a conventional air filter for your HVAC system. A UV air purifier will keep your filter working well longer by preventing biological growth.

Increased Comfort

With a UV air cleaner, you won’t have to worry about biological growth or pests in your HVAC system’s ductwork. You can prevent cold areas from clogged ductwork or a dirty air filter. You can also conserve energy, reduce your utility bills, and avoid colds and other illnesses that could spread through your ducts. These devices are especially useful for people who have respiratory issues.

Easier Maintenance

Most air purifiers use a filter similar to the one in your HVAC system to remove particles from the air. However, unlike UV air cleaners, the filters require constant replacement. You only have to get the lamp in a UV air purifier changed about once per year. It can prevent problems with your heater or air conditioner and extend its life. It can also let you reduce the frequency of duct cleaning and similar maintenance.

Ranger Air Conditioning is a Trane Comfort Specialist with more than 40 years of heating, cooling and indoor air quality experience. We can help you keep your home comfortable, clean and healthy with a variety of HVAC equipment. Call us anytime at 772-205-3293 for quality service from our friendly comfort specialists.

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