The Ignored Dangers of CO

One of the leading causes of accidental death within the home can be traced back to furnace installation and maintenance. This doesn’t occur in a dramatic or flashy way, there will be no explosion, smoke, or any immediately noticeable sign that anything is wrong. In fact, the culprit is odorless, tasteless, and completely invisible. It comes in the form of CO, or carbon monoxide, which is incredibly lethal in even moderate doses. The culprit for many of these deaths is a faulty or cracked heat exchanger, which allows the deadly gas to quickly fill a home.

Heat exchanger inspection, training, and repair are crucial

Beyond just good business, it is reckless for HVAC or utility professionals to be unable to detect, predict, and prevent problems associated with the heat exchanger. Of all responsibilities that furnace installation and maintenance professionals need, this is probably the most crucial; yet, across the country we have found countless licensed, practicing technicians that fail to identify most issues with heat exchangers. To put it plainly: As a company or professional that services or installs furnaces, it is your responsibility to ensure the safety of the community through effective heat exchanger inspection and maintenance.

Sign up for heat exchanger repair training today

Whether you sign up for one of the nationwide Heat Exchange Experts Inc. training seminars or enroll in a different class, it is crucial that you continually stay up-to-date on locating, repairing, and preventing heat exchanger issues for homeowners in your community. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us today for information.