Pre-Winter Heating System Check

The nights are getting cool and winter is on it’s way. Now is the time to protect your self and your family from Carbon Monoxide poisoning. The Holiday season too often brings tragedies to our homes.
Heaters are commonly the problem.

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that on average, about 170 people in the United States die every year from Carbon Monoxide poisoning. Make the time to test smoke and CO (carbon Monoxide) detectors in your home. Replace batteries in these devices on a regular schedule. Inspect your heating system for signs of rust, decay, and leaks.

I have never felt comfortable doing this type of inspection myself as I am not familiar with this kind of equipment. So I have the professionals at Deerwood AC and Heating do it for me. They have a special $59.00 pre-winter central heating inspection through December 31, 2010 for Kingwood, Spring, Humble, Atascocita, and The Woodlands. Choosing a professional to complete a safety inspection before firing up the cental heat gives me peace of mind. They can also install Carbon Monoxide detectors in your home.

The winter pre-check will inspect and lubricate all the moving parts, check all the electrical connections, check the flue and vents, your thermostat and make sure your heating unit is operating at peak efficiency.

You can contact Deerwood AC and Heating at 281-548-3875 or online at deerwood-ac.com.

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  1. Dennis says:

    Carbon monoxide poisoning is definitely something everyone should be concerned about. Installing a good carbon monoxide detector in your house and having a contractor out to do a yearly tune-up on your furnace are things every homeowner should do to stay safe.

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