Tennessee Clean Air installs UV air purifiers in homes and businesses throughout Dickson County and beyond to keep the air in your building clean and clear.
Tennessee is known for its beautiful country — lots of open spaces, thick green woods and clear streams. This natural beauty is not free of contaminants, however. The air is full of dust, pollen, bugs and bacteria. But the great outdoors is so big that these contaminants are small by comparison and rarely cause problems. You can’t say the same for your home and business though.
The microscopic viruses, spores, mold and other naturally occurring elements of the outdoors can find their way into your home through your air conditioner and air ducts.
That’s why Tennessee Clean Air offers UV air purification.
This type of system uses UV radiation to kill organic matter that comes into your home through your air ducts. It’s installed in your HVAC system, so you don’t have to worry about its effects on your family and pets. They remain safe, while the bugs and bacteria that try to make you sick are eliminated.
Most homeowners use standard fiberglass filters in their HVAC system. Experts recommend replacing these filters about once a month — more or less often depending on how often you use your HVAC system.
UV air purifiers, however, take cleaning your air a step further. These systems use radiation to kill bugs, spores, bacteria, pollen and other creatures living in your air ducts, including the microscopic ones.
You don’t have to worry about this radiation affecting you, your family or your pets, however. A UV air purification system functions only in your air ducts. It automatically shuts off when anyone accesses the system for cleaning, maintenance or repair.
You owe it to your family to provide them the cleanest air possible, especially if your household includes babies, seniors or anyone with a compromised immune system.