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Residential UV Light System Installation in Bexley, OH

With proper installation, UV lights are very effective for killing airborne viruses, mold spores, bacteria, and more. Working with your HVAC system, these lights can make your home or office building a much healthier place. When UV lights are installed in an HVAC system, they neutralize airborne contaminants that have made their way into a home’s air ducts.

Homeowners who decide to install UV lights in their HVAC system find these products are highly effective in improving airflow. Additionally, on top of improving airflow, maintenance costs go down while the system’s efficiency goes up. Ultra Violet Lights also cut down on allergens, reduce illness and eliminate odors. If having a UV Light installed in your HVAC unit interests you, call one of our team members at Bexley Heating & Cooling today to see what it’ll take to have a set installed in your HVAC system.

A Homeowner's Guide to UV Lights

When it comes to residential HVAC systems, Blue-Tube UV by Freshaire UV is the single most popular germicidal UV light product available on the market. We also carry the Reme Halo by RGF, which is also energy-efficient, high-quality, and provides similar effects:

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Reme Halo Air Purifier

The HALO-LED™ is the industry’s first LED in-duct, whole-home air purification system that is both mercury-free and zero ozone compliant. The HALO-LED™ proactively treats every cubic inch of air-conditioned space, reducing airborne and surface contaminants and pollutants through bi-polar ionization and revolutionary, patent-pending, REME-LED™ technology.


Freshaire UV Light System

Freshaire UV Light

Freshaire's Blue-Tube UV is the single most popular germicidal UV light product for HVAC systems in the world. Home owners breathe easy knowing that the air their family breathes is protected by this proven technology. Blue-Tube UV is the simple, safe, and effective way to keep your air system clean and improve indoor air quality.

4 Benefits of UV Lights

Reduce Mold And Mildew

Fungal contamination from HVAC units is a common issue homeowners can’t afford to ignore. This stuff spreads allergic rhinitis, infectious diseases as well as asthma-inducing organisms and other diseases. Ultraviolet (UV) lights help homeowners create a robust air purification system that eliminates fungi, germs, mold, bacteria, pathogens and viruses to keep everyone safe.

Improves Indoor Air Quality

UV lights improve indoor air quality by killing things that could make you sick or cause your sinus passages to flare up. They combat pollutants originating in the air-handling units and fiberglass insulation in addition to airborne fungi. UV lights get rid of drug-resistant bacteria in hospitals by better than 97%.

Disease Prevention

Residential HVAC systems circulate air throughout every room of a home. If one person is sick, they can circulate airborne viruses and bacteria to healthy people in the home. UV lighting eliminates organic buildup on cooling coils, drain pipes, and ductwork, destroying pathogens and microorganisms that would otherwise end up making people sick.

Improved Airflow

Airflow is essential with HVAC equipment. Since Ultraviolet-C (UV-C) technology has been used in heating and cooling systems since the 1990s, it’s had a beneficial effect. UV lights improve indoor air quality by killing germs and pathogens and help eliminate excessive moisture.

If you’re experiencing air quality issues in Bexley, OH, don’t hesitate to call. We’re ready to help!

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3 Warning Signs of Poor Indoor Air Quality

If you're a Bexley, OH homeowner experiencing one of the following warning signs of poor indoor air quality, we encourage you to call Bexley Heating & Cooling today at (614) 924-7856 for expert recommendations. We offer a variety of products and services to improve any air quality situation.

Air Circulation Problems

If the air doesn’t pass through your HVAC unit, it doesn’t get filtered and purified before entering the rooms of your house. In addition, problems with low airflow from your vents or air leaks in your ductwork increase the number of airborne contaminants in your home and throw off indoor humidity levels.

Musty Odor

Musty odors are telltale signs of mold growth. If the odor is more pronounced around your vent registers or while your HVAC system is running, it’s a major red flag. Mold produces a musty odor because it releases organic microbial compounds that are volatile as it grows. Exposure to these compounds can cause headaches, dizziness, nausea, and fatigue.

Frequent Allergies & Illness

The EPA says short-term symptoms of poor indoor air quality include eye, nose, and throat irritation, as well as fatigue, dizziness and headaches. Poor air quality in a home can also aggravate pre-existing conditions like asthma. Indoor pollutants can carry the risk of heart or respiratory disease and even cancer, although reactions to pollutants will vary from person to person. Take notice if respiratory symptoms are worse when you are at home than when you are away from home.

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Frequently Asked UV Light Questions

Are UV Lights worth it?
With the right conditions and professional-grade installation, UV lights in an HVAC system can be extremely effective at killing viruses, mold, bacteria, and more. The two working together can make your home or office building a much cleaner and healthier place for everyone.
Do I need a UV light for my air conditioner?
Ultraviolet light for A/C systems bring a wide range of benefits. When you use UV lights, they help increase efficiency and significantly reduce energy consumption. Keep in mind that when your cooling system uses less energy, not only does it save you money. Additionally, it helps the environment also.
How do UV Lights work?
Air sterilization via UV Light is also called an In-Duct UVC system. Using ultraviolet light radiation, the UV-C light disinfects the air through the return air ducts. In addition, the UV-C light is maximized in all directions by enhancing the reflective surface inside that section of the ductwork, making it more efficient.

HVAC Financing

Buy Today, Pay Over Time With HVAC Financing

Purchasing a new furnace or air conditioning system is a major decision. Because HVAC equipment is built to last a long time and provide you comfort throughout your home around the clock, they can seem expensive. But, ultimately, you get what you pay for. And if you’re looking to buy a new heating system, A/C, or heat pump and you need to make payments, no worries. We offer user-friendly, straightforward HVAC financing options to finance your new HVAC system.

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