//Empire Technicians Equipped with CO Angels to keep you safe this Heating Season

Empire Technicians Equipped with CO Angels to keep you safe this Heating Season

Empire Heating and Air equips technicians with CO AngelEmpire Heating and Air Conditioning has equipped all service technicians with the NSI5000 CO Angel device to detect carbon monoxide in all the spaces they service. The CO Angel is a new device created by the National Comfort Institute that is rugged enough to deal with the rough and tumble world of heating and air conditioning technicians. This device will help keep our technicians safe while working in contaminated environments and serve as a constant carbon monoxide reading for our customers while our technicians are inside their homes.

This CO Angel is the best low-level personal carbon monoxide monitor on the market! The features and benefits include:

    • High Accuracy.
    • Excellent Reliability.
    • Waterproof.
    • Professional Quality.
    • Designed & Made in the USA.
    • Measures low levels of carbon monoxide, down to 1 ppm (parts per million).
    • Verifies that a wall or ceiling mount carbon monoxide detectors are working.
    • Initial Response Time is less than 5 seconds.
    • Alarms at 15 ppm low, 35 ppm high.

Every minute counts when challenged with situations where dangerous carbon monoxide levels are suspected. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas, which can cause sudden illness and death. Inside your home, high levels of carbon monoxide can occur for many reasons involving your furnace, water heater, oven, external sources and even leaky ductwork. If you suspect a carbon monoxide problem in your home, do not hesitate in contacting Empire Heating & Air Conditioning today at 404-294-0900. We will send out a technician equipped with a CO Angel to assist you in making your home a safe living environment.

Click here to schedule your appointment online.  Empire Heating and Air Conditioning’s main office is located at 783 DeKalb Industrial Way, Decatur, GA 30033.

By | 2018-07-10T00:04:01+00:00 November 7th, 2012|Heating Systems|0 Comments

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