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Prevent Bacteria & Viruses in your Northwest Arkansas Home
Ward Off the Spread of Germs with Our High-Output Germicidal UVC Lamps
During the winter months, we spend the majority of our time indoors, avoiding cold temperatures and damp weather. Spending so much time indoors can cause the air quality of your home to suffer, while also recirculating germs and pollutants through your HVAC system. With the onset of allergy and flu season, it is more important than ever to evaluate and protect your home’s indoor air quality.
Bud Anderson Home Services understands the importance of protecting the health and well-being of your loved ones by ensuring that the air flowing through your home is pure and fresh at all times. That’s why we offer high-output germicidal UVC lamps, designed to kill or deactivate airborne viruses, germs, bacteria, and other pollutants that can travel through your system and recirculate throughout your home.
Call Bud Anderson Home Services today at (479) 927-2700 to discuss your Northwest Arkansas home’s indoor air quality needs, or contact us online!
What Is Germicidal UVC Light & How Does It Work?
In order to understand how our high-output germicidal UVC lights rid your home’s air of dangerous contaminants, it’s important to understand what UVC light actually is.
What Is Germicidal UVC Light?
The sun naturally produces three kinds of light: UVA, UVB, and UVC. The first two, UVA and UVB, consist of long wavelengths and are the reason you wear sunscreen and sunglasses to prevent skin and eye damage. UVC light, on the other hand, has short wavelengths and is mostly absorbed back into the earth’s ozone layer. Despite being a powerful light, most people are less familiar with it.
Around the 19th century, scientists discovered UVC light’s ability to kill up to 99.9% of bacteria and viruses in both the air and water. Since then, UVC light has been widely utilized as an effective air sanitation method throughout homes and medical facilities.
How Does Germicidal UVC Light Work as an Air Purifier?
UVC light has the unique ability to penetrate the thin walls of microorganisms and disrupt their DNA structure. As a result, the microorganism is either killed or rendered inactive, meaning it is no longer capable of reproducing. This is what happens to germ, virus, and bacterial cells that come into contact with high-output germicidal UVC light.
It’s important to note that UVC light has a very limited range and does not pose a health risk for human cells, as it can’t break through the outer dead-cell layer of human skin or the tear layer in our eyes. Viruses and bacteria are much smaller than human cells, allowing UVC light to easily reach their DNA and alter their structure.
Learn how to kill airborne bacteria & viruses in your Northern Arkansas area home! Call Bud Anderson Home Services today at (479) 927-2700 or contact us online to schedule your professional consultation!
Benefits of Using High-Output Germicidal Ultraviolet Light in Your Northwest Arkansas Area Home?
UVC air sanitization has become more accessible and widespread, preventing the transmission of deadly germs and viruses all across the world.
Our high-output UVC lamps are 3.3 times more powerful than standard lamps and will naturally sanitize your air 24/7. The method allows for air to be disinfected as it passes through your heating and cooling system, before it gets recirculated or exhausted, greatly improving your indoor air quality without introducing chemical sprays and disinfectants into your environment.
With the increasing uncertainties surrounding the global impact of viruses and contaminants in the air around us, there is no time like the present to explore UVC air disinfection and the indoor air quality options available to you! Make your home cleaner, fresher, and healthier, and ward off the spread of germs and viruses with our high-output germicidal UVC lamps.
Bud Anderson Home Services can discuss all of the air quality options for your Northwest Arkansas home today! Contact us online to schedule your professional consultation or give us a call at (479) 927-2700!
Be Proactive in Protecting Your Indoor Air Quality
While it is still important to maintain daily hygiene practices to avoid illnesses, such as washing your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds, coughing into your elbow or a tissue, and refraining from touching your face as much as possible, you can also be proactive in heightening your safety by adding our high-output UVC lamp to your HVAC system to purify your home’s air of germs, viruses, and pollutants.
If you want to greatly improve the quality of your Northwest Arkansas home’s air while ensuring the safety of your loved ones, call Bud Anderson today at (479) 927-2700, or contact us online to schedule your UVC lamp installation!