The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), cautions homeowners regarding hazards of unapproved and unauthorized augmenting of any gas-fired heating appliance. Any unauthorized modification to a gas-fired appliance, no matter how minor, can alter the design and compromise the safety of that unit.
Online PR News – 17-December-2009 – – The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), warns consumers about the dangers of unauthorized and unapproved altering or any gas-fired heating appliance. Any unauthorized modification to a gas-fired appliance, no matter how minor, can alter the design and compromise the safety of that unit. Premier Indoor Comfort Systems, a furnace repair specialist located in Atlanta, GA suggests that their clients’ heating and cooling systems receive annual maintenance checks in order to increase the unit’s efficiency and longevity, as well as to benefit the client with savings on their utility costs and to promote an environmentally safer atmosphere for their family.
Manufacturers must use specific engineering and design knowledge to develop gas-fired heating appliances that operate safely and properly under a variety of conditions. The product designs are tested and certified by third-party independent testing agencies, like CSA International, ETL/Intertek and Underwriters Laboratories for compliance with nationally recognized voluntary consensus safety standards. “Any unauthorized modification to a gas burning appliance voids its safety certification and may expose consumers to a risk of property damage, personal injury, or even death," said AHRI Chief Technical Advisor Frank A. Stanonik. “AHRI is committed to providing consumers with information on the proper installation and safe and efficient use of gas-fired appliances,” Stanonik said.
Premier Indoor Comfort Systems has provided heating, ventilation, and air conditioning services to both commercial and residential clients in Georgia since its founding in 1999. They are a full service provider, which includes: New construction installations, Light Commercial installations, Duct modifications, High velocity mini duct systems, Geothermal systems, Radiant floor heating systems, Ductless split systems, Air Purification systems, Humidification systems, Dehumidification systems, Zoning systems, Fresh air ventilation systems, Exhaust systems, Duct Cleaning, and Wine Coolers. Its staff members are all EPA certified and knowledgeable in the Georgia International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). Furnace Repair Atlanta has positioned itself to meet a wide variety of heating, cooling, and air conditioning service needs, from providing custom designed heating and cooling systems for new homes or remodeling jobs, to simply responding to service calls. . Their website www.FurnaceRepairAtlanta.com contains complete information on heating equipment, maintenance, repair and answers to Frequently Asked Questions for Homeowners.
The site, www.FurnaceRepairAtlanta.com is managed by Panorama Press, an Atlanta based marketing firm specializing in strategy, sponsorships and web development. "The primary objective of the Furnace Repair Atlanta campaign is to inform the public and businesses in Metro Atlanta and throughout Georgia that Premier Indoor Comfort Systems is capable of meeting the growing demand for certified heating and cooling specialists,” said Manuel Enrique "QuiQue" Lopez, spokesman for Panorama Press.
In addition to serving the Metro Atlanta area, Furnace Repair Atlanta also services surrounding municipalities such as Cherokee: Ball Ground, Canton, Holly Springs, Waleska and Woodstock. Cobb: Acworth, Austell, Kennesaw, Marietta, Powder Springs, Smyrna, and Roswell. Fulton: Alpharetta, and Atlanta. Forsyth: Cumming. Pickens: Jasper, GA.
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