UV Air Scrubber Installation in Denver
Remove Bacteria, Viruses & More!
Of all of the things that could be floating around in the air in your home, bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and other microscopic size organisms could be the most dangerous. To make matters even more frustrating, these microbe contaminants are usually so small that a typical HVAC air filter can’t catch them. Fortunately, there are ways you can prevent these microscopic organisms from impacting your home and your health: neutralizing them with a high-quality UV air purifier system from Garrison, installed by the pros at AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric.
How a UV Air Scrubber Works
UV air purifiers work on an extremely simple principle: microscopic life forms like bacteria and viruses can’t survive in extremely harsh ultraviolet radiation. By flooding all of the air that comes through your HVAC system with a focused amount of this harsh radiation, many of the microbes will be neutralized and killed, making them harmless to you and your loved ones. This radiation is entirely contained within your HVAC system, meaning you won’t have to stress or worry about it impacting you in any way.
Once these bacteria and viruses are eliminated, they can either be trapped in your air filter, or they can continue to cycle through your HVAC system. However, once they’ve been destroyed by the UV light blast, they can’t harm you and won’t jeopardize your health in any way. Most UV light scrubber systems have the ability to destroy up to 70% of all passing bacteria in just one pass, meaning that you’ll see considerably cleaner and safer air within just a few cycles of your heating and cooling system once your installation is completed!
Combine with Whole Home Air Purification
UV air scrubbers work even better when combined with a whole-home air purifier system. Garrison’s whole-home air purifier systems use innovative polarity-based technology to capture even more debris and particulate matter of all types, even out-performing some MERV-11 air filters! How does it work? These filters create an electromagnetic field over your air return vent. Air that passes through this field receives a particular charge, including any microscopic inclusions. The air then passes through a grid that has an opposite charge, causing the debris to stick to the filtration grid, where it can be easily removed and contained within a fiberglass filter pad.
Garrison’s whole-house polarized media air cleaners are extremely to install and integrate into virtually any HVAC system. They fit seamlessly into the slot of your old standard throwaway HVAC system filters, and can be easily plugged in with the included power cord. These systems on average cost around $1 per year in energy, and can remove particles that are as small as .01 microns, or around 100 times smaller than the width of a human hair! When combined with a UV air scrubber, you’ll enjoy some of the finest protection against airborne bacteria and viruses you’ll find anywhere.
Schedule an Indoor Air Quality Test in Denver Today
Here at AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric, we would love to help you enjoy the clean and safe air you’ve always wanted. We offer comprehensive indoor air quality tests, helping you check for mold, allergens, fungus, carbon monoxide, and other toxic or airborne pollutants. Based on the results of this test, we can help you choose the perfect indoor air quality improvement. Whether you struggle with high amounts of mold, excessive dust, or any other issue, we make sure you have exactly what you need to breathe easily and freely at home.
Book an indoor air quality consultation by contacting AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric today. Dial (303) 622-3449 to speak to a member of our Denver UV air scrubber team.
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