Have you ever had an AC replacement or maintenance, and the technician recommended a UV light installed in the unit? They claim to prevent and kill the growth of mold and mildew and of course you don’t want this gunk in your space. But can these lighting systems really ease these concerns? These add-on’s can sound like a gimmick but there is extensive scientific research that supports these claims. The National Center for Biotechnology states in many reports that UV lamps can kill and prevent contaminates that cause asthma, allergies, and other bacteria related illnesses. These units also eliminate fungi, viruses and pathogens. When a UV lighting system is properly installed along with proper filtration these health concerns and biological hazards can be eliminated in the ac unit and duct work. Indoor air quality is a specialty of Complete Comfort Air Conditioning and Heating. Some photo example of proper placement are seen below. UV lamps are an important option to consider to maintain a healthy and comfortable home. Please contact Complete Comfort for an in home indoor air quality assessment at 561-529-6262. We proudly serve the northern Palm Beach County area, such as Jupiter, Tequesta and Palm Beach Gardens.
onBoth the Ghostbusters and air conditioner repair issues have us asking the question, “Who you gonna call?”. The Ghostbusters theme song was #1 on Billboard Hot 100 in August 1984. Over the years, very little has changed – people still want to know who to call. Call Someone
onStudies have shown that air conditioner maintenance will extend equipment life. Air conditioner maintenance, when done properly, will keep equipment running efficiently and effective throughout its useful life. There are some things you, the homeowner, can do. And, then there are other things that require a trained service professional.
onAir conditioners are engineered to cool and dehumidify the air. So, it will come as no surprise that the most frequent air conditioning repair and maintenance needs are for loss of cooling or water leakage. Our technicians find the root of AC problems nearly always fall into one (or more)