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Fight Allergies in Gaithersburg with a UV Germicidal Light

Ultraviolet light was first used to treat tuberculosis. Today, it’s used to clean hospitals, some foods during processing, water and air. Germicidal lamps can also make your Gaithersburg home’s environment purer.

A UV lamp can decontaminate HVAC systems and boost the air quality in your Gaithersburg home. It can wipe out mold, bacteria, viruses and other pathogens within 10 seconds of contact.

This can prompt relief for asthma and allergy sufferers, especially in hot, humid locations where mold and bacteria prosper. These lights may even help your HVAC system run longer, since they keep components clean.

Our Experts can advise you on the system that will work best for your home and your family’s needs. And all work by Parker Pearce Service Experts is upheld by a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for a year.*

How Does Germicidal UV Light Work?

Ultraviolet lamps are put inside your ductwork, near your HVAC system, and operate all the time. These lamps use ultraviolet radiation and special lightbulbs to wipe out the DNA of bacteria or a virus.

In as quickly as 10 seconds, this potent light halts contaminants from spreading throughout your HVAC system and home.

Two studies have shown how effective UV light is in battling germs and mold.

In 2012, researchers at Duke University Medical Center used it to eliminate 97 percent of drug-resistant bacteria in 50 hospital rooms.

In 2001, researchers found UV light “significantly lowered” mold concentration in a commercial office building’s HVAC equipment.

A germicidal system can also take care of scents and airborne bioaerosols like pollen or pet dander. It’s not effective against dust, which is best managed by an air filtration system.

Is UV Germicidal Light Safe?

Using UV light in your home is harmless as long as you use some preventive measures.

The sun emits ultraviolet light, which has a shorter wavelength than visible light. It’s behind leading to painful sunburns. Prolonged overexposure can cause wrinkles, skin cancer and eye problems.

The type of light used in a germicidal system is more powerful, so it’s important to let Parker Pearce Service Experts manage installation and maintenance. You should never look straight into the light or permit bare skin to come into contact with it.