UV Lights in Lynnwood, Bellevue, Seattle, WA and the Surrounding Areas
Indoor air quality is a major concern for not only property owners but also health experts. This is because staying indoors for long hours is like locking yourself up in a box with a variety of airborne impurities. As a result, you have a higher risk of developing health problems when you stay indoors for long hours, than you would if you spent most of your time outdoors. Therefore, every property owner needs to install systems to help them improve air quality in their homes. One of these systems is UV lights, but there are many others. 1st Response Heating and Air solutions offers the highest quality IAQ products, so you can count on our team to install high quality UV lamps to improve air quality in your home. We provide excellent UV Light Service in Lynnwood, Bellevue, Seattle, WA and the Surrounding Areas.
Professional and Reliable HVAC Company
We are a trusted and reliable HVAC company operating in all major neighborhoods in the city of Seattle. We are a local firm serving both residential and commercial clients. We employ professionally trained, certified, drug-tested and background-checked HVAC technicians, you can expect to get the highest quality of service. Our services are geared towards ensuring maximum home comfort while creating a worry-free home environment. We have been operating in Seattle for over 10 years, so we have a great understanding of your HVAC needs. This means we can easily propose solutions to meet those needs.
Increasing Indoor Air Quality
Ultraviolet lights have, for over a century, been known to be able to kill germs. They can kill any bacteria, virus or fungus. Since the air circulating in your home may contain mold spores, bacteria, and flu virus among other types of pathogens, our team will install UV lamps around the house to help kill these air contaminants. UV lamps are usually installed inside the air handling unit of the AC system or inside the air ducts. They are usually highly effective in killing disease-causing airborne microorganisms. Call us today to discuss your options with our team, or to schedule a service.