Chances are, you know that your HVAC system is a closed system. That it circulates the same air, with some filtering and processing along the way. If you're like most people, you probably have a little niggling worry that that might be a health issue.
You wouldn't be entirely wrong. Even with regular filter changes and duct cleaning, there's always a chance that you might have allergens, mold or something else in your heating and cooling systems. Regular cleaning and maintenance can help, but Sanuvox UV Lights can help to make the problem a thing of the past.
It may sound like science fiction when you first hear it, but the technology behind Sanuvox UV Lights actually allows the system to treat the air in your home with Ultra Violet light.
This type of light has been proven to be one of the most effective methods to neutralize airborne pathogens, and because it's only light, it's completely safe for everyone in your family!
The Sanuvox UV lights system is available for residential, commercial and even hospital applications, but all of the systems work on the same principle, installing specially designed UV lights inside ducting to keep your ducts clean and your air healthy.
There are no chemicals required, which means it's completely safe, and these lights have been proven to be one of the most effective air purification systems on the market.
If you want to find out more about Sanuvox UV lights, and what it can do for your home heating system, the first thing you need to do is find an authorized dealer. If you're in the St Albert or Edmonton area, you can contact A1 Heating for information, a quote and more.
Your contractor will probably want to do a site inspection, to make sure that your current heating system and ducting is suitable for the Sanuvox UV lights system, and then they'll give you a quote (or quotes, if there is more than one option.)
Once installed, you won't even know that the Sanuvox UV lights are in place, but they'll always be there, doing their part to keep the air in your home safe and pure.