Disinfect Your HVAC System With a UV Bacterial Growth Inhibitor

Mold and mildew happily take hold in any area shielded from the sun, and unfortunately that means your HVAC coils are prone to microbial overgrowth. Yuck! So what does that mean for your health?

It means that mold, mildew and bacteria are using your air conditioner as a breeding ground, and spores will escape through your ductwork and into your house. This lowers your indoor air quality and aggravates asthma and allergies, and can make you feel unwell even if you don’t have either of these conditions.

The solution to this lies in UV light technology. A Bacteria Growth Inhibitor from Breathe Easy uses this powerful, natural energy to destroy the DNA in mold and mildew and stop the growth in its tracks. And this small device is advantageous in many ways.

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A Bacteria Growth Inhibitor Has More Than One Benefit!

While the Bacteria Growth Inhibitor ensures the air from your HVAC unit stays clean, that isn’t all it does.

During regular maintenance, a technician will clean your unit, including the coils. This keeps your system running efficiently. The UV light helps kill remaining mold, mildew and bacteria, helping the unit run better with less energy and increasing its lifespan. It also significantly reduces musty, moldy smells that waft out from the ducts.

The device itself is small and stealthy, despite packing a big punch. It is easily installed with multiple mounting options. And because of its advanced technology and small size, it comes with a very low operating cost.

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A Clean Coil is Essential to Great Indoor Air Quality

Running your HVAC system is a necessity for home comfort, but you don’t have to pay the price of moldy, mildewy or germy coils and bad home odors. You can easily destroy all of that growth easily with a Bacteria Growth Inhibitor.

As part of our easy 6-step process to perfect indoor air quality, the Bacteria Growth Inhibitor is step 3. The first step is a high quality air filter and the second is a blower ionizer .

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