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Safety Tips for Your Heating System

Friday, January 15, 2016

Your heating system should always be handled with care. Improper use of your heating system could result in a fire or even carbon monoxide poisoning. Below are some safety tips to keep in mind when utilizing your heating system.

 

Have Your Heating System Tuned Up

It is important to have your heating system inspected and tuned up annually. That way, your system will experience fewer problems and inefficiencies. Haven't scheduled your appointment yet? Turn to A.B. May. Better late than never!

 

Furnaces Need Their Space

If you are a homeowner, you know how hot your furnace can get. It is imperative that you keep all flammable objects and materials at least 3 feet away from your furnace. Doing so could prevent a fire. 

 

Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Have you recently bought a new home? Make sure that carbon monoxide detectors are installed throughout the home. Remember to change the batteries in carbon monoxide detectors on a regular basis. After all, it could prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.

 

At A.B. May, your safety is our number one priority. If you think that your  heating system is in need of repairs, don't attempt a DIY project. Turn to the skilled technicians at A.B. May for all of your heating needs. Call 913-370-4898 to schedule service. 

 

Web Source: http://homeenergypros.lbl.gov/profiles/blogs/7-safety-tips-for-home-heating-systems

 

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