Protect your home against bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, dust mites, pollen, smoke, and pet and cooking odors with a professionally installed UV (ultraviolet) lamp. UV lamps attack and kill a variety of bioaerosols like viruses and bacteria, as well as mold and other particulates, which can grow in moist heating and cooling systems and circulate throughout your home. There are a number of advantages to having a UV lamp as part of your HVAC system, including:

  • Kills Viruses, bacteria, and mold on the indoor cooling coil of your system
  • Acts to replicate the power of the sun in eliminating odors and killing germs and bacteria.
  • Controls smoke, pollen, and dust
  • Silent operation with easy maintenance
  • Enhances air flow instead of blocking like many conventional filters
  • Minimizes build-up on coils
  • Compliments your existing heating and cooling system
  • Germicidal UV light is a trusted method used in many hospitals, as well as water treatment and food and beverage industries
  • Eliminates odors by oxidizing gases and toxins
  • Improves system efficiency

We take care of our customers

“We rely on Haley’s for an outstanding job every time and they have never let us down. They have done our fireplace, replaced our furnace, and added an air exchange and just recently, a new air conditioner. We feel they are very trustworthy and backup their product 100%. In our minds, they are the best.”
“Nick at Haley Comfort Systems did a great job installing our new air conditioner today. On time with appt. and great customer service. Professional, timely and friendly. Great job.”
“Just had a new furnace and AC unit installed. Nick Swanson was the lead technician that did the install for Haley Comfort Systems.It was a real pleasure to watch and learn the complete installation. Nick and his team did an outstanding job and were very efficient and steadfast in completing the job. They did an excellent job of explaining everything as they went along as well as making sure we were comfortable with all of the controls and settings.In the final review Nick walked me through everything and all was and looked very professionally done. My wife and I are very happy with the complete process. Thanks Nick and your team.”


You breathe in an estimated 2,300 gallons of indoor air each day, and a sneeze can add 100,000 droplets of pathogen-containing moisture to the air. Household dust is present even in the cleanest homes, and can be composed of viruses, bacteria, mold spores, animal dander, skin particles, fibers, dust mites, food particles, and other debris. Let Haley Comfort Systems help you improve the air quality in your home—for the health of you and your loved ones.