Indoor Air Quality
At Union Complete Service, we provide only the best when it comes to products to make your home a healthy home. The quality of the air in your home can also affect the performance of your heating and air conditioning equipment and have an impact on your heating and cooling bills each month. Symptoms of indoor air quality issues can be: bacteria/growth build up, odors, dust issues, uncontrolled humidity, etc. To you this can mean allergies, asthma and generally an unhealthy environment for you and your family. Your HVAC systems are like the lungs of your home and there are many ways to increase the indoor air quality of the applied space. Union Complete has the tools and skills to help with indoor air quality issues. Call our office to speak with our Technical Representative about how to Clean Your Air.
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It’s A Fact:
Ultraviolet Light Kills Germs!
Numerous studies have shown that UV light is an extremely effective germicide, helping kill more than 99% of germs. Germicidal UV lights available from Union Complete Service are effective against viruses, bacteria, dust mites and microbial growth. UV lights have been used in sterile environments like hospitals for decades and are available for your home. Installation is easy.
How Do UV Lights Work?
As air passes over the light, located in your air conditioning system, it helps disrupt viruses, bacteria and other living airborne organisms in the applied space. The ultra violet light practically helps eliminate microorganisms circulating inside your home’s ventilation system.
Dehumidifiers remove moisture from the air. This curbs the growth of mold and dust mites. They are particularly useful in parts of the house where humidity collects like damp basements. Dehumidifiers draw air over cold coils, condensing out its moisture, before passing the air over warm coils and back into the room.
Dirty duct systems are a major source of indoor air pollution. Airborne contaminants are pulled into the ducts every time the heating and cooling system runs. Over time, these contaminants build up inside the ductwork, creating an enviroment for microbial growth, bacteria, fungi and other microbes. Particles drawn into the air ducts also pass through fiberglass filters and infiltrate into HVAC equipment, undermining the performance and energy efficiency of these systems. This can lead to higher repair and maintenance costs and shorter service life in the long run.
Air Duct Sanitization
Air duct sanitizing is an additional service that is performed after cleaning the ductwork. The technicians use a fogger to apply the sanitizer and due to the negative air pressure, it coats the entire interior of the duct system. The sanitizing adds the disinfecting and deodorization of the ductwork of your home while killing bacteria and growth. The product has no lingering scent and is safe enough that it is used in hospitals.