UV Lights

Excellent air quality is an important part of a whole-home climate control system, and we use established techniques to ensure your system is free of airborne contaminants. Regular duct cleaning, system maintenance, and best-practice installations help keep the air quality high for you and your family, but there are some situations where additional measures need to be taken, especially within the humid climate we have here in the Cayman Islands. One effective choice is to install ultraviolet lighting to destroy the harmful bacteria, mold, and microorganisms that may inhabit your climate control system. At EcoSmart Cooling, we are trained and experienced with the current UVC (ultra violet energy) products, and can design and install a system that works perfectly for your home or business.

We service all Makes, all Models

We’ve been in the air conditioning business for over twenty years, so we’re familiar with all brands and models of air conditioners. If your air conditioner isn’t working as well as it once did – or not at all – give us a call and we’ll have a look to see what is needed to cool your home.



We are so confident in the quality of our design and manufacturing that this product comes with a lifetime warranty on all parts except the UV lamp (which needs to be replaced every one or two years depending on model

Does the Air in Your Cayman Islands Home Need UV protection?

The humid, tropical environment we have here in the Cayman Islands is the ideal breeding ground for bacteria, mold, and fungi, and if we aren’t careful these could be flourishing in your air conditioning system.

What’s the Difference Between UVC and UVGI?

They’re actually the same thing, but labeled differently depending on the various government agencies. UVC is ultra violet energy, with the C indicating the specific wavelength used to kill microorganisms.

Does a UVC System Eliminate the Need for Filters?

No. The filters on your air conditioner are designed to protect the delicate components of your air conditioning system, ensuring the system works efficiently at all times; dirty filters can cause your system to work harder than needed. A UVC system helps eliminate microorganisms and bacteria, thus improving the overall air quality within your home or business.