Installing a UV light in your air conditioning system is a job best left to the professionals. However, with the right tools and materials, and a bit of planning, homeowners can successfully install a UV light system in their HVAC system. The first step is to consult your air conditioning system manual for specific instructions on how to safely replace your system's UV bulb. This is an important step as it will help ensure that your family stays healthy and disease-free.
Once you have the manual, you can start the installation process. The most important physical step is to drill the holes in the metal cover of the air conditioning system to be able to insert the UV bulb. This is probably the most difficult aspect of installing a UV lamp, so it's best to use a drill saw for this task. Most HVAC UV lighting products also come with a handy paper template that can make the assembly process much easier. The next step is to determine the best location to place the UV light.
If mold has already grown in your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system and there is a specific corner or area of the air treatment system prone to mold formation, then you should install the UV light so that it illuminates the area where there is mold as much as possible. Once you've identified the ideal spot for your UV light, you can take the next step and begin installing it yourself or contact a professional air conditioning company for assistance. OdorStop UV lights will only turn on when the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system is activated, which means they will save energy and extend the life of the bulb. When considering the maintenance requirements of a UV lamp installed in an air conditioning system, several important factors come into play, such as lamp life expectancy and regular service visits. Taxes are also imposed on many products related to HVAC UV light systems. By regularly replacing the UV light in your air conditioning system, you can help ensure that your family stays healthy and disease-free. Professional installation services for such a system can provide a more efficient and secure configuration than home methods.
With proper planning and execution, homeowners can rest easy knowing that their new HVAC UV light system will help keep their families safe and, at the same time, provide them with comfortable living space all year round.