Carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas that limits air supply in the body when it enters the blood stream. If exposed to carbon monoxide; dizziness, headache, nausea and breathlessness are signs that the gas has entered the blood stream and those exposed are in danger.
We asked owner Jeff Chapman why he thought service agreements were so important to homeowners. His answer boiled down to several key issues; value, convenience and extending the life of your equipment.
Brandy is the service agreement administrator at Chapman. So what does that mean? Well, Brandy makes sure people know what they can do to protect their systems and keep their homes running efficiency. Basically, she’s the one that makes you glad you know her and have your service agreement up to date when the heater breaks down in the middle of winter.
On a dark and stormy night, when the wind howled and the snowflakes turned to ice pellets, a surprising transformation happened. The day had been warm, and the house required much cooling. The residents of the home went to bed, setting their thermostat to a cool temperature, hoping to sleep restfully during what they assumed would be a hot evening.
It’s time for another employee spotlight. We love getting to know more about customers and we think it’s great for them to get to know us. This month we’re highlighting Earl Huffman. Earl is the training coordinator at Chapman Heating and Cooling and is responsible for training our new hires on the high standards that make Chapman a leader in the heating and cooling industry.
Before chilly autumn nights set in, make sure your furnace is up to snuff and don’t get left out in the cold with a broken heater. The best way to make sure your systems are ready for winter is to have a full fall inspection and tune-up. Without this yearly cleaning and inspection, a system can wear itself out, pump deadly carbon monoxide into your home or simply stop working.