The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) sets the maximum recommended exposure to carbon monoxide at as little as 9 PPM (parts per million), while OSHA sets its level at 50 PPM over an eight-hour workday. However, there is no safe level of exposure to Carbon Monoxide (CO). “Every … Continued
Would you drive your car without ever changing the oil? Probably not. Just like your car, home heating systems such as furnaces, boilers, water heaters, heat pumps, and on-demand units require annual preventative maintenance to deliver the comfort and safety you deserve. There are several reasons to have annual preventative maintenance performed by a licensed … Continued
Too cold in one room of your house, and too hot in another? Outdoor conditions such as sun and shade, and indoor architectural designs (multi-level homes, additions, cathedral ceilings, etc.) can drastically affect room temperatures and home comfort. Learn about zoning for your home heating and cooling systems in this two-minute video, get … Continued
Your furnace routinely reaches internal temperatures of up to 3,000 degrees. Learn about how your furnace operates in less than 2 minutes, and keep your home and your loved ones safe from Carbon Monoxide and other threats.
Comfort isn’t the only reason why homeowners need to have annual maintenance done on their heating system. Safety is also a prime concern! Learn why in less than two minutes!
No one likes hearing that their furnace has been condemned due to safety and health concerns, and that it has to be replaced. Getting this news is stressful and inconvenient, to say the least, but unfortunately it does happen. There’s a very good reason why state law makes condemning a furnace an HVAC company’s responsibility. … Continued