The Gleason HVAC team has over 70 years of experience to help you find the perfect UV lighting for your home’s system. With our customer satisfaction guarantee, we promise you won’t be disappointed.
How UV Lighting Helps
There are several ways UV lights work to improve your indoor air quality (IAQ) and energy efficiency. You already know it is important to keep your HVAC system regularly maintained, but UV lights for AC units and heaters take it one step further. Here are a few ways ultraviolet lighting helps keep your loved ones breathing easy.
- UV Lighting in your HVAC system has health benefits. By killing biological contaminants like bacteria, mold, and mildew before they exit the cooling system, the risk of illness is reduced.
- Your air conditioning and heating system will have better air flow with UV lighting. Due to the reduction of contaminants collecting on air filters, drain pans, cooling coils, and in ductwork, your system will run more efficiently.
- A cleaner, more efficient system leads to decreased energy consumption and costs. The relatively low initial investment of having UV lighting installed will easily pay for itself in monthly utility bill savings.
Heater and AC UV Light Installation
While it might seem like an easy DIY project, installing UV lighting into your heating and air conditioning needs to be done by an experienced professional. In order for the lighting to properly do its job, professional installation is absolutely key. If you are concerned about your indoor air quality, we can help. We will provide advice and guidance on how to improve your air quality, whether you have allergies or not.
Gleason Heating and Air Conditioning covers the greater Wauconda area, and our customer satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. We are proud to be one of the most preferred professional HVAC contractors in the area, and we hope to earn your trust, as well.
For your convenience, you can request an appointment online, or you can call us anytime at (847) 994-4237. One of our highly trained, experienced HVAC professionals will inspect your home and make a UV light recommendation based on your needs.