For over a year now, people all over the world have been trying to stop or at least slow down the spread of the infamous coronavirus. According to certain qualified opinions, heaters and air conditioning systems can help in this matter, because they typically dictate the good quality of air in enclosed spaces.
One of the best things you can do is to make sure that your Denver HVAC is equipped with the best type of filters, namely those with the highest level of filtration. Thus, the filters should have a MERV-A rating.
An excellent idea would be to add ultraviolet purifiers to your HVAC. But how does UV light affect viruses? Apparently, it can alter their molecules in such a way that they become non-infectious. Thus, it actually disinfects large areas in indoor spaces.
It is true that most UV sanitizers have not yet been tested for efficiency against COVID; ultraviolet light is renowned for its capacity to kill the coronavirus. In fact, UV light is being used for disinfecting large spaces such as stores, vacant hospital rooms, subway cars, and so on.
Despite the fact that air filtration additions can do a lot to help slowing down the spread of this virus, people should still observe the hygiene and other recommended precautions on a daily basis.