Stage 4: Purification
One part of your HVAC system may be negating your efforts to make the air in your home cleaner. Evaporator coils, which sit unattended silently providing cold air for your home, It tends to become breeding ground for bacteria and fungi due to the dark , damp environment. The contaminants trapped in the coils absorb moisture from the air and, with lack of sunlight, allows mild, mildew, and bacteria to proliferate. Stage 4 of Reliable Comfort’s clean air quality solves this problem with UV Light.
How Does UV Light Work?
Ultraviolet light produces electromagnetic waves that destroy microorganisms’ ability to reproduce and causes mutations or cell death. The electromagnetic waves cause photochemical reactions in nucleic acids that trigger mutations and cell death.
What Are The Benefits Of UV Light
As already mentioned earlier, UV Light keeps your HVAC system free of bacteria and fungi. This has numerous benefits:
Energy Efficiency. Keeping your evaporator coil free from bacteria growth keeps it working efficiently longer. Not only does this keep your HVAC’s energy consumption low, but it also prolongs your coils’ lifespan.
Improved Air Quality. With UV Light, you don’t have to worry about bacteria growth and other contaminants clogging up your filtration system. This keeps your air clean throughout.
Reduces Odor. How many times have you had to look and fail to find the reason for the mysterious musty smell in your home? The reason may have been the mold build-up in your evaporator coil. With a UV light, you will not have to worry about such smells.
Why UV Light?
How many times have you had to look and fail to find the reason for the mysterious musty smell in your home? The reason may have been the mold build-up in your evaporator coil. With a UV light, you will attack this source for odors and smells. A UV light has shown to be effective in many applications for just this.
What To Expect
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Our family’s dedication to world-class customer service has helped us expand from a one-truck operation to a close-knit team of HVAC and plumbing experts.
We back all our services with a 100% satisfaction guarantee for your peace of mind.
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You never have to worry whether Reliable Comfort can provide service because we work with all HVAC and plumbing equipment brands.
To make repair, maintenance, and installation more accessible, we offer a variety of online specials for discounts on whatever services you may need.
HVAC and plumbing emergencies can be nerve-racking. Reliable Comfort offers emergency services to fix sudden problems fast.
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I have health issues that make it fatal to be in hot temperatures for very long. My AC unit broke down (the motor and the starting component, I believe) in the middle of the night, and with high temperatures expected…C. Abner Google Review
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Just had a full duct cleaning and sealing job on my Carrier HP System by Cody, Logan, and Justin. The guys were great – very professional, very nice and polite, and very careful not to disturb or damage any of…T. Parsons
I have relied on Reliable Comfort for my furnace/AC needs for 10 years and have always found the technicians to be knowledgeable and kind to work with. They never try to push any new products, but do make an effort…W. Artist
Just a note to thank you for the great employees you have. Rob was here today to explain and check some things on our heat pump. He is so personable, and knowable, the visit was great, and our questions were…J. Fisher