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Schedule a Safety Check for just $49!

Your furnace is a controlled fire burning in your home to keep you warm all winter long. Of course, when everything is working right, it won’t do damage to your house. That’s because of special safety controls installed in your furnace! If something requires that many safety controls, you can imagine there’s a lot that could go wrong.

Fire, dangerous gases like carbon monoxide, and other hazards are all kept at bay when your safety controls are working properly. But how do you know they’re working?

 

Schedule online using the form below, chat with us, or call us at 704-357-0484!

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  • All appointments are time windows. We will give you a call on the number entered 15-30 minutes before the technician arrives.

What's a Safety Check?

Our technicians have families, too.  Your heat safety check will be done the RIGHT way because that’s what we’d want for our own families. After all, family is everything.

When you schedule your heat safety check with Morris-Jenkins, one of our safety experts will come out and do a careful inspection of your furnace to make sure carbon monoxide won’t sneak into your family’s air this winter. Think there’s no way carbon monoxide could end up in YOUR home? Think again. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 430 people are killed by carbon monoxide every year. All it takes is a small crack in your heat exchanger to let this gas into your home. Let us make sure everything looks secure and safe!

While we’re at it, we’ll check for:

  • Fire hazards. Your furnace is a controlled fire burning in your home. Fortunately, your heating system comes with several safety features that keep the fire contained. If your unit is damaged, these sensors and features might not work right. That can lead to temperature control failures, flame roll-out disasters, and delayed ignition.
  • Toxic gas leaks. If your safety pressure control fails, toxic gases can leak into your home.
  • Other toxic fumes. A clogged exhaust system (or one improperly installed) allows toxic fumes into your home that can cause headaches, nausea, and other serious health problems.
  • Wear and tear. Even if the wear and tear on your unit doesn’t pose a threat to your family’s safety, you still don’t wanna risk your heat going out on the coldest winter nights. We’ll make sure they stay cozy all season!