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The last place you want to find mold? Your HVAC system - where spores can blow through your ductwork into your entire home. Installing a germicidal UV lamp will prevent microbial growth (or kill what's already there) in your HVAC system, keeping your home cleaner and your family safer. We'll walk you through every step of the process, making sure you get a UV light that will fit your family's needs.
How we install your
HVAC UV light
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Contact us online or call us at (770) 594-9969 to schedule an appointment. We'll call you to confirm your time and send you a confirmation email with a picture of your technician, so you know who's coming to your home.
WE ARE UPFRONT AND TRANSPARENT WITH YOUR OPTIONS.
Your tech will discuss your UV needs with you. Then, you'll get multiple germicidal UV light options, along with straightforward pricing for each.
On the day of the install, we will:
- Lay down drop cloths and wear shoe covers to protect your home.
- Install your new germicidal UV lamp and make sure it works properly.
- Leave your home cleaner than we found it.
100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
If we could have done something better when installing your germicidal UV lamp, let us know in our follow-up survey. We'll do everything we can to make it right.
HVAC UV light brands we install
At Reliable Heating & Air, we install only the strongest germicidal UV light products. That's why we recommend the following HVAC UV lamp brands to our customers:
- Clean Air Defense
Want to install a specific brand? We can probably do that. Let your technician know and they'll be able to tell you whether or not the brand you have in mind will work for your needs.
How germicidal UV lights work
Germicidal UV lamps sterilize microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, viruses, etc.) to prevent them from growing inside your HVAC system.
See, microorganisms like dark, wet environments. This makes your HVAC system, especially around the condensate drain pan and cool evaporator coil, the ideal home for microorganisms.
The UV light will emit rays of UV-C light that either kill or disable microorganisms, making them unable to reproduce.
Types of HVAC UV lights
You can choose between 2 types of germicidal UV lamps: return duct air purifiers and coil mounted sterilizers. Both products have the same functionality, sterilizing microbial activity in your HVAC system, but each has a different purpose:
- Germicidal UV air purifiers: These units sit inside your return air duct to sterilize contaminants before they pass through your HVAC system. For the best air filtration, we recommend pairing a UV air purifier with a media filter. (UV lights sterilize microorganisms, but won't remove them from your home's air.)
- Coil mounted UV sterilizers: Placed near your evaporator coil in the supply duct, these units bathe the cooling coil in UV light to prevent microbial growth and sterilize contaminants after they pass through your HVAC system.
Signs you need a germicidal UV light
You'd probably benefit from a UV light for your air conditioner if:
- Someone in your family has allergies or respiratory problems. Mold spores and other pathogens can irritate allergy and asthma symptoms. With proper filtration, the UV light will sterilize the microorganisms, and then your system's air filter will capture them.
- You live in a warm, humid climate. In hot, humid places like Atlanta, your air conditioner is being used, which means it's cold and wet, for several months out of the year. That means your system is more at risk of getting mold than cooler places that don't need as much air conditioning.
- A mold specialist told you mold is growing inside your HVAC system. You'll need to first get the mold removed by a mold remediation specialist. Installing a germicidal UV light afterward will prevent mold from coming back into your HVAC system. We also recommend getting regular HVAC tune-ups because a tech will inspect your system for microorganisms, catching the problem before it gets worse.