UV Lights can make a huge difference in the air quality of your home. One of the biggest and least thought-about problems that many homeowners face after owning an HVAC or another form of air-adjusting duct system is air output quality. As time goes, moisture build-up causes mold and mildew to grow within those ducts. It may not be noticeable at first, but over time it can lead to respiratory issues and shortness of breath. Raynor Services offers a way to combat this issue with the installation of UV Lights within your HVAC ductwork. 

How Does It Work?

UV Light is already used in many places to combat bacteria and germs. Hospital sterilization, water sterilization, and germicidal lamps for food are just a few other practical ways that establishments use UV Light. The UV Light is installed within your duct system, usually within the air handler, and any mold within the UV Light’s line of sight is immediately destroyed. This guarantees that the air within your ducts is kept mold/bacteria-free and the quality stays fresh and clean. 

Benefits of UV Lights in Your Duct System

  • Improved HVAC Efficiency
  • Decreased Energy Costs 
  • Reduced Likelihood of Cold and Flu Contraction 
  • Removed Volatile Organic Compounds
  • Reduced Clogging of Condensate Drains
  • Reduced Odors 

Maintenance and Cost-Effectiveness

A typical installed UV Light will last an estimated 9000 hours. That comes out to a lightbulb change about once every year or so. Luckily a replacement bulb only costs around $70, which is reasonably cheap for a utility that can save you much more on HVAC and duct repairs. This replacement can be done in tandem with a yearly HVAC checkup from Raynor Services, making the entire process as easy as it possibly could be. 

Raynor Services strives to ensure the safety and comfort of everyone that lives in your home, including you! If you or anyone you know has pre-existing respiratory conditions, odds are the air quality within their home could improve ten-fold with the installation of a UV Light in their ductwork. 

Call Raynor Services today to inquire about UV Lights and how they can improve your quality of living!