Arctic Comfort Reminds Homeowners to Have Heating Systems Checked for Safety Before Winter

Catching flaws in heating systems early can help save lives.

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Garland, TX (PRWEB) November 04, 2013

People are more likely to die from an unsafe heater than they are from an air conditioner. Arctic Comfort doesn’t want anyone to risk going through winter without having their heating system checked for safety. They say it is not too late to get their heating system checked.

Arctic Comfort warns that a safety and heating system inspection could save a life. During the inspection, potential safety issues can be spotted and be repaired before they become a serious life-threatening problem. Other not-so-life-threatening problems may be spotted and fixed before they become major problems and expenses and leave homeowners without heating when they are most likely to need it.

Their techs will perform a careful safety and efficiency inspection, making sure all the safety features of the heating system are operating properly. They’ll perform a carbon monoxide test using a precision electronic instrument. They’ll test carbon monoxide alarms and smoke alarms. Those who don’t have a carbon monoxide alarm needn’t worry as the techs carry them on their trucks.

Be safe and not sorry. Call Arctic Comfort today at 972-530-8384 to schedule an appointment. Mention this release and save $20 during the month of November on any heating safety check. Any repairs needed and made during a heating safety inspection are discounted and come with a one-year parts and labor warranty.

Arctic Comfort also reminds people to not warm their cars up in the garage or leave them running in the garage. Also, be sure to open the fireplace damper before building a fire, and don’t use a stove or oven to heat a home. Finally, have heating systems checked by a professional every year.


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