UV Lights

Central Penn Plumbing Service provides UV lights installation for both plumbing and HVAC systems:

  • UV light sterilization for water systems safely and effectively kills bacteria and other microorganisms that are present in your water.
  • HVAC UV light installation is ideal for killing mold spores, viruses, bacteria, and other biological contaminants that are present in your air.

Pennsylvania's relatively mild and wet climate makes biological contaminants a common problem for homeowners and businesses, for those looking for other types of lights like neon. Even new houses and buildings may have high counts of bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and fungi that are spread through pipes or heating and cooling ducts.

UV light penetrates into microorganisms and disrupts their vital cellular functions, killing the vast majority of biological contaminants with just a few seconds of exposure. UV light does not otherwise affect the safety, quality, smell, or other noticeable characteristics of your water or air.

UV lights installation is fast and offers almost immediate benefits for air or water quality. Central Penn Plumbing Service, Inc. is the team you can trust to optimize the health and safety of your HVAC and plumbing systems in Mechanicsburg, PA.

Don't take any chances with the water you drink or the air your breathe - make certain you are protected from common microorganisms that can be killed by UV light.

UV Light For Your Water

UV lights for your water are more effective than water filters at removing dangerous microorganisms. UV light is not as effective as a water treatment solution for sediments and chemical contaminants

UV Light for HVAC

UV lights for HVAC are recommended for humid areas, where evaporator coils typically accumulate moisture. Moist air provides an ideal breeding ground for molds, fungus, bacteria, viruses, and other biological contaminants that can seriously impact your health and the safety of your home or business. UV light is not effective against other airborne contaminants, such as pet dander, common allergens, and particulates.