Living in the Northeast, we know that winters are brutal and we need to have a heating system in our homes and offices to keep us warm throughout the season.
Your furnace keeps you warm and saves your internal plumbing from freezing during those frigid days. What happens when you have a broken furnace and what could a broken furnace mean to your homes air quality?
It can be difficult to tell if you have a broken furnace because carbon monoxide and methane are both odorless and colorless, regardless, a broken furnace can cause serious issues to your health.
A carbon monoxide leak is odorless, colorless, and undetectable. If you have a carbon monoxide leak you may experience symptoms like headaches, dizziness, weakness, and even worse. This should motivate you to fix any furnace issue and keep up to date with inspections. Annual and semi-annual maintenance can detect and prevent leaks before they cause any health issues.
Due to the increasing awareness of this issue, there are ways to detect these problems. For example, a carbon monoxide detector installed in your home will alert you to any leaks.
If you don’t have a carbon monoxide detector in your home, it’s even more important that you schedule routine maintenance and inspections with us at Superior Co-Op HVAC. You can trust us to provide you with the most relevant information and keep your home or office safe through reliable services.
Are you up to date on your system inspections? We offer our clients a Monthly Service Contract to provide you with routine services including inspections, maintenance, changing out filters, and more. Click here to learn more.
Contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment with us.