Lakewood Plumbing & Heating takes great pride in ensuring you and your family, that we clean and sanitize your HVAC system to limit the spread of germs within your home. At Lakewood Plumbing and Heating we have a few tips that you can take in your home to clean and sanitize your HVAC system. As always call Lakewood Plumbing and Heating if your furnace or water heater shows any signs of malfunction. We are here for you and your family. 303-233-7007. Click here to schedule an appointment today!
Clean and Sanitize Your HVAC System
It’s very common for viruses to stay on surfaces and in the air for many hours. You can prevent the spread of germs in your home by doing a few extra things to keep the spread of viruses to a minimum in your home.
Make Sure to Change Your Filter
There different types of filters you can install in your furnace. Lakewood Plumbing and Heating can install a powerful filter, or you can pop into your local home improvement store and find a high-quality furnace in your home’s furnace. Regular cleaning of the filters will assure you that there are fewer allergens, bacteria, and mold spores and that you have optimum indoor air quality. At times the filters may need to be changed with the help of an HVAC expert. Installation of a high-quality filter that can help lower the transfer of flu viruses through your ducts.
Install a UV Light Sanitizer
There are specific UV Light Sanitizers that can be installed on your furnace. A UV Light Sanitizer is ultraviolet light, that helps to kill germs, mold, mildew and fungus that is in the air, just like the sun does in nature. The UV light is generated by a bulb and kills all kinds of bacteria, leaving your air sterile and free of germs. If you are prone to illnesses or have a compromised immune system, a UV sanitizer system may be the perfect option to protect you against the flu this season. You will also enjoy germ-free air within your home.
Get Some Fresh Air
Open the windows and turn on the fans. This will increase airflow in your home and help move air around and thus move viruses out of the home.