Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 02, 2014
HVACED.com, or HVAC Education, encouraged consumers to have thorough HVAC inspections in order to ensure that all equipment is working properly before winter weather hits full force. This urging came on the heels of Fox News’ January 2nd article entitled “Residents Brace for Winter Storm Expected to Wallop Northeast.” The article revealed the imminent storm expected to wreak havoc upon the northeast, in terms of snowfall and storm conditions. These conditions could effectively render any attempt to fix a faulty system impossible, necessitating a preemptive HVAC system check. Consumers can check with local HVAC schools to determine the proper amount of HVAC training to look for in an HVAC professional.
Fox News revealed the presence of a winter storm expected to make temperatures plummet to just above zero, with some areas expected to receive over a foot of snow. While the snow is anticipated to be a light, fluffy snow rather than a thick, icy snow, Fox News warned readers that many highways may be closed and significant traffic delays should be expected.
HVAC Education urged all consumers to consider contacting a local HVAC professional to have their heating systems checked for any flaws or issues to avoid getting caught in a winter storm without the comfort of heating. Though no issues may be visible, many heating and cooling complications are only evident through a careful inspection of the system. Requesting an inspection from a heating professional with the necessary HVAC training may prevent the unexpected loss of heat during a heavy winter storm.
Fox News is a long-trusted news source, having been in operation for over 15 years, and reaching millions of viewers. Fox News provides a host of breaking news stories, ranging from political commentary to entertainment and lifestyle reporting.
HVAC ED encouraged readers to contact a local HVAC professional to have all heating systems checked and tested for any flaws or imperfections to avoid a winter without heating. Because many winter storms prevent professionals with HVAC training and other similar pursuits from working, having systems checked before winter storms are in full effect may prevent living in freezing temperatures without the comfort of a heating system. Though consumers can expect a fee for this service, it is likely a small fee and is certainly worth having warmth in freezing temperatures.
HVACED.com is an up-and-coming site devoted to providing news about HVAC training and education, as well as offering articles for consumers about proper HVAC operating procedures and tips for getting the most out of one’s HVAC equipment.