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Ultraviolet (UV) Light Air Filtration

Indoor air quality is a growing concern, and many home and business owners worry that their filters just aren’t doing enough. Sure, air filtration catches many of the germs, debris, dust, and pollutants flowing through the duct work – but what if you could actually destroy the pollutants causing your poor indoor air quality?

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With Ultraviolet (UV) Lights, you can tap the natural energy of UV rays to combat the poor indoor air quality in your home. These lights have just the right energy to break down organic molecules, completely taking them out of your HVAC system and the air you breathe. This helps them target even molecules that are small enough to slip through less stringent filters.

These UV light air filtration systems are especially critical in spaces like hospitals or healthcare offices, as they can prevent or minimize the spread of airborne disease. Keep your building clean and your patients healthy with the toughest air filtration products out there.

But UV lights aren’t just great for airborne pollutants and germs – they also combat and prevent microbial growth inside your duct work. Are you fighting the spread of mold and mildew? Their spores could be growing and floating around your duct work, causing respiratory issues and refusing to be eliminated. With a UV light installed in your HVAC system, these airborne pollutants and irritants don’t stand a chance.

Instead of passively capturing the pollutants in the air at your home or office, fight against it and promote better indoor air quality for your family or employees. If you’re trying to make the decision between basic air filters, an air filtration system, and UV lights, talk with the professionals at G+S. We’ll walk you through each type of air filtration, helping you find the right one for your specific needs and budgets.

Don’t deal with poor indoor air any longer. Contact us at G+S to begin the conversation of how to improve your home or business’s air quality.