Fall Prep Tips to Save You Time & Money

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, HVAC

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Weather can change quickly, so it’s best to be prepared for season changes before they arrive.  Fall marks the dawn of the heating season, and your home requires special attention to maintain a safe and healthy indoor environment when you turn on your furnace.  Your plumbing needs special preparation for cold weather, too.  By preparing for fall early, it can … Read More

What you Need to Know about Furnace Safety

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, Heating & Cooling

Keeping your home warm is an essential part of preserving a comfortable living environment, but it can also represent many hazards such as fire, carbon monoxide poisoning and indoor air pollution. The National Fire Protection Association reported a total of 54,030 home structure fires involving heating equipment between 2011 and 2015. Central heating units and water heaters accounted for 21 … Read More

Carbon Monoxide Kills More Than 400 Americans a Year

APHCGeneral

Carbon Monoxide Kills More Than 400 Americans a year. It’s odorless, colorless, and dangerously lethal. Carbon monoxide (CO) is known as the silent killer because it’s so difficult to detect. More than 400 Americans die each year from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning. Even though it’s extremely dangerous, there are still several ways you can safeguard your home and protect your … Read More