UV Lights can Reduce Swine Flu Threat| Palos Hills, Chicago, Homewood

The flu season is on the way, and public health officials are encouraging people to safeguard themselves. You can do more than simply vaccinate. Have you taken all of the precautions you could to protect your home or your work facility from the threat of the Swine Flu (H1N1) virus? If you have not installed a UV light, then you have not.

Germicidal UV lights use intense rays of ultraviolet light. Installing a Germicidal UV light in your heating and cooling system is one of the most efficient ways to kill the microorganisms responsible for infectious diseases and bacteria that live and breed in your air ducts and circulate throughout your home. Did you know that only 5,000 micro-watts of UV light are required to kill a typical swine flu spore and stop it in its tracks? Best of all, UV lights are relatively inexpensive and very easy to install. Contact your local heating and air conditioning contractor and consider having a UV light installed today.

Remember that the flu season typically lasts until mid-spring, and installing a UV light in your heating and cooling system will provide year-round protection and dramatically reduce concentrations of potentially harmful microorganisms.


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