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Is Air Quality the Key to Being Safe From Covid?

Updated: Apr 19

Is Air Quality the Key to Being Safe From Covid?

The answer is yes. Focusing on home air quality now is more important than ever. The EPA says that indoor air pollution can be anywhere from 2-5 times worse than outdoor air. Preventing pollution and germs from entering our homes can play an important role in our health.


Both short-and long-term exposure to indoor air pollution can cause a wide range of health issues, including respiratory disease, heart disease, cognitive deficits, and cancer.


Luckily there are solutions to indoor air quality problems. It involves eliminating the source of the pollution, increasing ventilation, and installing clean air devices such as germicidal lighting in your air ducts.


UV-C Lights For HVAC Systems Kill Viruses


UV-C germicidal lighting is an extremely effective option for disinfecting & destroying bacteria, viruses, influenza, and more. Hospitals and medical facilities are known to use this type of lighting in their HVAC systems to kill pathogens such as SARS-COV-2 because the level of sanitation is extreme and it disinfects the air.



UV-C Lights for HVAC
UV-C Lights For HVAC


This disinfection light is ideal for residences requiring constant protection from viruses, bacteria, and harmful microbes that contribute to seasonal allergies.



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Air Quality Control


Not all disinfection lights are created equally. Some UV-C products out there are safer than others so contact a professional to recommend the best solution and to have yours installed.


Indoor air quality has become the elephant in the room. With new viruses on the rise every day, the need to improve indoor air quality has shifted from a "nice to have" into a "need to have". Especially if someone in the home is suffering from a respiratory problem or asthma.


If you are looking for a long-term solution to optimize the air in your house and prevent the spread of germs and disease, Call T&C Appliance/HVAC Repair at 336-350-7004 and schedule an appointment today with one of our friendly HVAC professionals to help restore the quality of air in your home.








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