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Ultraviolet Light (or UV) are great options for those who have installed effective air filters, air purifiers, and despite having regular HVAC maintenance performed, still find their indoor air quality needing improvement. Often, UV lights are the only difference between good indoor air quality and virtually perfect indoor air quality. Complete your HVAC system with a UV Light installation from Xenia Heating & Air!

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UV lights work with your existing HVAC system to kill nasty airborne contaminants before your family breathes them in. Get ready to breathe easier with this healthy offer!

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  • Improving Indoor Air Quality With UV Lights

    UV Lights are frequently talked about alongside allergies because a link has been found. Allergens are drastically reduced by the use and installation of UV lights. In the wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic, UV Lights are growing in popularity in the HVAC industry. Clinics and hospitals already utilize UV lights to keep medical surfaces clean and disinfected. When installed into your HVAC system, they can help cleanse your HVAC system and indoor air as well. Some of the common organisms that out UV lights help to eradicate are:

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    Penicillium chrysogenum (mold)

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    Staphylococcus Pharyngitis (strep)

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    Aspergillus Flavus (common mold)

    Health Effects of Poor Indoor Air Quality

    By reducing or eradicating airborne contaminants floating around we might not be aware of, we decrease associated health problems. However, the problem with indoor air pollution, what makes it insidious, is that a great deal of the health problems aren’t evident immediately after exposure. Because some forms of indoor air pollution can linger for years and cause severe health problems down the road, it would behoove a homeowner not to investigate, or to educate themselves, and to find out what’s floating around in the air in their home.
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    Short-Term Effects

    • Headaches
    • Itchy Skin
    • Asthma Irritation
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    Long-Term Effects

    • Respitory Diseases
    • Heart Disease
    • Cancer

    What Is Ultraviolet Light?

    Ultraviolet (UV) means “beyond violet.” Since violet is the highest frequency of visible light, UV light is mostly invisible to the human eye. Most of the UV light on earth comes from the rays of the sun, which causes freckling, sunburn, and raises the risk of skin cancer. Luckily, most of the UV radiation gets absorbed into the atmosphere before it reaches us.

    UV light is a type of electromagnetic radiation. UVA (Ultraviolet A) Radiation is used in black lights and tanning beds, for example. You may be familiar with black lights that emit ultraviolet light, causing certain items to fluoresce, or glow in the dark. Limited exposure to these low-power UV lights doesn’t present a hazard to skin or eyes. The other types of UV rays, however, can be very harmful.

    To learn more about how UV lights can significantly improve the indoor air quality in your Xenia, OH residence, or to learn about other high-quality heating and cooling products and services, contact your local HVAC experts at Xenia Heating & Air!

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    Buy Now, Pay Over Time

    If you need some financial assistance in upgrading your home’s HVAC system, or if you need help covering the cost of repairs, we encourage you to check into our financing options. We at Xenia Heating & Air are joining forces with Wells Fargo Bank to make the Carrier® credit card available to help our customers keep their home comfortable year-round.

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