Sanuvox Products Might Be Just What Your St. Louis Heating and Air Conditioning Unit Needs
There’s nothing like a clean home! Cleanliness is something that many homeowners value and hold dearly, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic. One thing that many homeowners don’t think about is the cleanliness of the air in their home. With so many airborne illnesses and bacteria, it’s important to keep your air clean at home.
While the air filter on residential furnaces works hard to keep the air clean inside of your home, they generally are suboptimal at keeping the air truly clean, even when using residential-grade HEPA filters. Luckily, you don’t have to be stuck with dirty air in your home. You have options with Sanuvox air quality systems, installed by the leader in air conditioning maintenance in St. Louis. These UV light solutions bring the cleanliness you desire.
Why should you schedule a consultation ASAP? We’ll elaborate on what makes air quality systems special.
What Do Sanuvox Air Quality Systems Do?
These high quality air quality systems kill over 99 percent of harmful germs and particles in the air, and have even proved effective at killing common viruses. Our St. Louis heating and air conditioning experts can install these systems using the existing ductwork and infrastructure, or as a standalone system in your home.
How Do These Unique Air Quality Systems Work?
The Sanuvox systems have two main components – a UV lamp and a reflector chamber. These two parts work together to eliminate chemicals, particles, debris, and sometimes odors from the air in your home. No cleaners, chemicals, or filters to worry about. Just clean air.
Contaminated air is pulled out of your home and into a chamber with a UV lamp. The power of the light destroys many unwanted substances and annoyances from the air in the chamber including odors, off-gassing chemicals, viruses, and bacteria that are harmful to your family and compromise the quality of the air you breathe at home. The UV light is extremely effective as it catches even the smallest particles and eliminates them from your home.
After the UV cleansing process, the clean air is sent to the reflector chamber for another step of purification, catching any contaminants or unwanted particles that may have snuck through the cracks of the first UV chamber. This guarantees that ALL foreign substances are caught and eliminated before being released into your home.
Once the UV light and reflector chamber have done their job, the air is recirculated through the home, providing a cleaner and more refreshing breathing experience.
Additional Steps To Follow To Keep Clean Air In Your Home, Even If You Have an Air Quality System
Each region and climate center is different, so it is imperative to monitor and follow local health department requirements. You can do all of the following to aid in the cleanliness of the air in your home.
- Clean all surfaces on a regular basis, especially kitchen and bathroom surfaces that collect and catch more germs than other places in the home.
- Change your air filter every one to two months for the best air quality results.
- Have your ducts professionally cleaned. This is especially important when you’ve had construction done in your home.
- Keep vents and return grilles clean and free of dust and dirt.
- Clean ceiling fan blades as often as possible
- Consider a whole home humidifier or dehumidifier for even more next level air quality.
Even if you opt for an air quality system, this list of tips to maintain air quality is still helpful in maintaining the quality of air in your home.
Ready for a Heating and Air Conditioning Upgrade in St. Louis?
Meyer Heating and Air takes pride in being the St. Louis air conditioning company you can rely on for all of your air-related needs. From air conditioning service and air conditioning maintenance to air quality systems, we are authorized to install any product we carry and will provide the best air conditioning service you’ve had in St. Louis.
Just reach out to us today and we will be happy to connect you with a technician! We’ll come to your home and analyze your needs and home size to help you select the best equipment that works for you and the needs of the air in your home.
We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to combat those surprise heating and air conditioning needs in St. Louis. Call us anytime at (314) 845-1929 for assistance.