(Gretna, NEBRASKA) — Achoo! Watery eyes. Sniffles. Do you suffer from these symptoms?
We here at Snell Heating and AC, serving the Omaha, Bellevue metro area, have a solution for you!
Rita and Jerry Snell personally tested at their home an air purification technology called a germicidal UV light system that came highly recommended by their dealer.
The owners of Snell Heating and AC liked it so much that they decided to expand their HVAC product/service offerings to include two types of systems – one installed on the home ventilation system and one that is free-standing.
Both products use what the manufacturer describes as “germicidal UV light waves along with a proprietary catalytic process” to reduce dust, mold, pollen, pet dander, paint fumes, cigarette smoke, burnt food smells – that cause irritation and allergy flare ups.
“We immediately noticed cleaner-smelling air. We also installed one in the home of a woman with ultra sensitivity to mold spores. She was happy as a clam,” notes Jerry Snell.
Using “NASA ethylene-scrubbing technology, the device disseminates ‘friendly cleaners’ that kill airborne and surface pathogens in the air and on surfaces” like doorknobs.
The system Snell sells, cannot be found at the local hardware store, and is only available from qualified HVAC companies, via their authorized dealer.
Should I Be Concerned? Maybe Yes
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ranked indoor air pollution among the top five environmental dangers. Indoor air quality can be two – five times (and even up to 100 times) more polluted than the worst outside air.
Two studies, one in hospitals and the other in a commercial office building, prove UV light is effective in killing bacteria and mold sores.
So if you achoo often, and suffer from allergies or if house smells linger, consider a UV Light air purification system – installed on your furnace/AC or a free-standing version. Reasonable rates. Financing is available with approved credit.
Snell Heating and AC offers this exceptional UV Light NASA technology air purification system. Learn more by giving us a call, if you like.