??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Is your air conditioning system suffering from “dirty sock syndrome”? No, it’s not a technical term. But we bet you immediately knew what we meant when you read it, didn’t you? Many homes suffer from a stale odor that is continually circulating from room to room, courtesy of bacterial growth found on the coils of the ac unit, among other places. Not very appealing, is it?

Unfortunately, the smell isn’t the worst part of the problem. If you are experiencing a stale smelling odor emanating from your ac system, your home and family are risk of experiencing more unpleasant effects than a foul smelling environment. Chances are, your health is being endangered. The good news is that Hometown Comfort can help you reclaim your air quality – and your family’s good health – with an Ultraviolet Surface Light System by Honeywell.

Ultraviolet light has been used as a highly effective method of disinfection to kill or inactivate microorganisms bacteria, viruses, molds and other pathogens since the mid-20th century. In fact, It is so successful as a decontamination method that it is widely used in drinking water and medical facilities sterilization, as well as waste sanitation.

The installation of an Ultraviolet Surface Treatment System by Hometown Comfort will kill the bacteria and prevent it from being distributed throughout your home. As an added benefit, it will inhibit the future growth of bacteria as well, protecting not only your air quality, but also your home’s heating and cooling system yourself – one of your larger investments as a homeowner.

To learn more about having an Ultraviolet Surface Treatment System installed to reclaim and protect the air quality in your home, contact Hometown Comfort Heating & Cooling at(615) 240-7056; your hometown solution for dependable comfort!

Hometown Comfort Heating & Cooling:(615) 240-7056

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Serving Williamson County &  Maury County, including Franklin, Colombia, Thompson’s Station, & Brentwood

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