Dealing with Carbon Monoxide (CO) in the HVAC Industry
Responsibilities and Challenges for the HVAC Technician
Heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC-R) systems keep us comfortable in hot and cold climates both in the home and in the workplace. HVAC technicians are the dedicated professionals with very specific and technical training that enable them to install, maintain and repair the various indoor climate control systems that ensure our comfort and safety. One of the most overlooked dangers in the home is the potential exposure to carbon monoxide from malfunctioning or improperly installed heating systems. HVAC professionals can inspect and maintain these heating systems keeping them in good operating condition reducing the potential for carbon monoxide in your home.