Many people who work every day find themselves feeling down and miserable. It’s probably not the work you are doing, but rather the environment you are living in. Research has shown us that indoor air is 100 times more polluted than what is outside. We have locked bad air in our homes and in our workplaces.
Different aspects of life come into the office. We can say the same for your home. Kids bring sicknesses from school, dad and mom from work and the grocery store. All kinds of places provide germs that you and your family brings home. Your body does a really great job of dealing with these, but some help is needed.
Ultraviolet light has shown us to be one of the very best answers for our homes and offices. Don’t worry this is safe to have around you and your family. Both on the state and federal governments have been researching the uses of ultraviolet light for many years.
The best are installed in your air system, such as an ultraviolet lamp inside your furnace air duct. There are also ultraviolet purification systems that roll room to room, and others that can be mounted on a wall. There are many types of these “Ultraviolet germicidal fixtures.” Hospitals and clinics use them frequently.
More than anything we need quality air to breath. Molds and bacteria are all out there waiting. Airborne infections are on the rise. The cost of doctor visits and medication are out of sight. The everyday person has a hard time just managing. Help is here. At work the office managers can have ultraviolet lamps installed in less than 20 minutes. We really need our employees working, not home being sick. It has been shown that by changing your air filter and using ultraviolet light you will reduce man hour down time.
In your home install time would be the same. You spend 80% of your time at home. Air quality is important for your family. You have an advantage because you can install a UV lamp yourself. Most families have the basic hand tools required, such as a drill and bits, and a screw driver. Plug it in that’s it. Not only will this clear the air but it will reduce your operating cost. By cleaning the walls of your duct and increasing air flow, it reduces wear and tear on your blower motor and lowers repair cost on your furnace. Wouldn’t it be nice to put that extra money in your pocket?
I truly believe too few people know or understand how great ultraviolet light can be. If you would like more information, just go to www.Newinavations.com.