Testing for Carbon Monoxide in your furnace or boiler can prevent combustion.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas which results from “incomplete combustion” of fuels such as natural gas, oil, propane, wood, etc. Incomplete combustion happens when there is an improper air/fuel mixture.
We test for CO both in your house and in your combustion appliances such as your furnace, boiler, oven, hot water tank, or other appliance.
CO can enter your house from a number of different sources:
Carbon Monoxide moves into your house through openings or 'holes' in your house. They can be open connections to your garage, the outside, or intentional 'openings' such as chimneys or flue pipes. When pressures are such that air is pulled into your house, there is the possibility that outside contaminants or those created in your furnace, oven, hot water tank may pull into your home and cause health & safety problems. Our basic energy assessment tests these pressures & the CO levels throughout your house.
Exposure over a long period of time, even at low levels, can cause: Headache, nausea, vomiting, muscle pain, joint pain, chronic fatigue, dizziness, numbness, tingling, and vertigo, as well as:
If you live in Rochester, Webster, Fairport, Pittsford, Canandaigua, Newark, Ontario, Spencerport, Penfield, Hilton, Honeoye Falls, Victor, or any areas nearby and you're concerned about your indoor air quality, contact the experts at True Energy Solutions today! We can help you with your every need.