Harness the power of the sun with a UV air purifier for better indoor air quality


We spend a great deal of our lives indoors, especially in Canada with our long, cold winters. From our work life to our home life, we go about our lives without often thinking about the extent of indoor air pollution that we live with every day. While pollution is generally thought of as an outdoor problem, it can actually be worse within our well-insulated homes. We may be protected from all kinds of weather, but we also keep fresh air on the outside.


Outdoor air has a major advantage in the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays, which can help to neutralize and destroy germs and bacteria. You can now bring those same benefits into your home with UV air purifier systems to clean the air. UV light can be installed in ductwork to minimize  the various particles and germs that can form or be carried into your home. In addition to positioning the UV lights in your ducts, they can also be housed within your furnace or by your air conditioning coil to prevent the growth of mould and mildew.


Learn about the benefits of using a UV air purifier:

  • Available as an integrated part of your forced air system or as standalone units
  • Enjoy the benefits of sunlight indoors, in terms of removing impurities from the air
  • Protection from germs and airborne diseases (similar systems are used by many hospitals and research labs to keep air clean)


Contact Mr. Furnace to find out more about how you can get UV air purification working to clean the air in your home.

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Phone: 905-390-1726

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