Expert UV Lights Purifier System Installation in Cobourg
A few telltale signs of poor indoor air quality include overly humid or dry indoor air, hot and cold spots throughout your space, and moldy or musty odors coming from the ventilation system. If you or one of your family members are sensitive to mold and allergens, you may also experience symptoms like headaches, sneezing, or breathing difficulties.
When moisture becomes trapped in your HVAC system, it can lead to mold and mildew build-up over time. If your vents, air conditioner, or heating system become overly-clogged with dust or debris, the particles can make their way back out through the circulating air and cause dust build-up and contribute to uncomfortable physical symptoms. If your HVAC system is causing poor indoor air quality in your home, you may notice some of the following signs.
Contact us right away to schedule service and help get your HVAC system back on track!
- Stale or “muggy” indoor air
- Mold or mildew growth on vents or air conditioner unit
- Heavy dust build-up or floating dust particles in circulating air
- Lack of air circulation when air conditioner or furnace are running
Air purifiers and ultraviolet lights for HVAC are placed directly inside the air vents, air handlers, or ductwork of HVAC systems. When you turn your heater or air conditioner on, all outgoing air is cleaned and sanitized before it passes through the vents and enters your space. When you schedule HVAC purifier installation services, a professional technician will perform air quality testing and inspect your HVAC system and ductwork for dust, moisture, mold and mildew growth. In some cases, your ductwork or ventilation system may require repair, cleaning, or replacement before installation can take place. After your ultraviolet lights for HVAC system is fully installed, you’ll notice a marked improvement in your home’s indoor air quality!