A UV air purification system uses ultraviolet radiation to eliminate pollutants in the air. If you want to keep your office or home safe from the following, installing this in your home would be a good preventive measure:
* Allergens from pets
* Allergens from dust mites
* Mold spores
Before you have this system installed, here are a few essential factors you’ll need to consider:
* Installation requirements. Depending on whether you have enough space or not, ready access for repairs or maintenance and others, this might not be a good fit for your property.
* Cost. Expect to pay for purchase costs, maintenance costs and higher energy consumption bills.
* Odors. Your UV air purification system will only purify the air. It won’t remove the odors, though. If you smoke indoors, expect the smell of tobacco smoke to linger, the EPA says.
* Fan noise. Some systems might come with a fan that’s going to cause a bit of noise. It’s nothing major, though, and easy to get used to, so it won’t disturb your sleep.
Installing an air purifier in your home will go a long way to eliminating indoor pollutants. However, simply getting rid of these pollutants is not going to be enough to keep them from having adverse effects on your health. You’ll need to have your home well-ventilated as well. This will keep any undesirable pollutants from settling into your home for too long, which is how mold and microbial growth thrive. If air circulation is poor, mold and mildew growth is more than likely. Air purifiers help prevent that. It improves air circulation, so you won’t have to worry about mold growth any time soon.
Hire a qualified technician to install the air purifier in your home. That should ensure an installation free of any mistakes, hassle, and stress. For more information and to schedule an appointment contact S.W.A.T. Environmental now.