People are turning on the furnaces for the winter season. It's important to have the furnace checked for carbon monoxide. It is included in the semi-annual checkup of your system.
12 signs may help you to detect a carbon monoxide leakage in your home
1. You see black, sooty marks on the front covers of gas fires.
2. There is heavy condensation built up at the windowpane where the appliance is installed.
3. Sooty or yellow/brown stains on or around boilers, stoves, or fires.
4. Smoke building up in rooms.
5. Yellow flames coming out from gas appliances except at natural gas fireplaces.
6. The pilot lights blow out frequently.
7. Solid fuel fires burn a lot slower than usual.
8. People in your home have these symptoms:
9. Symptoms disappear once you are away from your home.
10. You get seasonal symptoms, such as headaches during the winter when the central heating is used more frequently.
11. Pets become ill.
12. Symptoms appear or seem to get worse when using fuel-burning equipment.
John Smith and Ted Wing
24/7 Emergency Service
Lil Dan tuckered out from fishing
Rosie lying in the sun
Our mission at Ability Air Conditioning, Inc., is to provide our customers and their families with the reassurance of cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter. We offer energy efficient heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems and services with a professional team providing quality results.
Our company's foundation has been built on honesty and integrity. Ability Air Conditioning, Inc., is a family-owned and operated business.
We provide sales and service for both residential customers and light commercial business owners.
"TRUSTWORTHY SERVICE EVERY TIME"
Sites on the job
The guys find all sorts of friends on the job. They see a lot of dogs, an occasional goat, silver tree frog and butterflies.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Always a technician on call!!
Silver Tree Frog
Lil Dan catches his first catfish.
Dual alarm -- Smoke and CO
Shane's daughter was fishing with Lil Dan and caught her a catfish.
Ricky makes a friend
Mr. Ted Wing, 95, native of Falls City, NE, went into the service in 1942 during World War II. He was sent to bomber school. When WWII was over he opted out. He returned to the Air Force and served 30 years. He also served in the Korean War and the Vietnam war.
An Ability Air Conditioning crew recently installed a unit for Mr. Wing. They found out he was a 30-year veteran who was a tail gunner. If it was a bomber, he flew with them. He said he wasn’t heroic. He just did his job.
THANK YOU, SIR, FOR YOUR SERVICE!