“People Love us on Yelp” Award 2017

We are excited to announce that All Weather Heating, Air & Solar is a winner of Yelp’s 2017 “People Love Us On Yelp” award. Currently, our Yelp page has 49 5-Star reviews, photos of our services, our location and contact information are easily accessible so you can always get in touch with us, and we reply to all messages promptly. Yelp awards business two times a year with the “People Love Us on Yelp” accolade. This award is based on high quality reviews, photos, and easily accessible information to the consumer.

Yelp is an online tool, founded in 2004, to help people find great local businesses like restaurants, doctors, home services, and so much more! In addition to reviews, you can also use Yelp to find events, lists, and to talk to other Yelp users. Yelpers had written 100’s of millions of reviews. However, Yelp isn’t just for customers – business owners can use Yelp, too! Every business can set up a free account and post photos, reply to reviews, and message users. You can access Yelp either online or from your mobile phone. A Yelp app is available for both iPhone and Android. To check out our Yelp page, Click Here.

Once again we are so excited to be receiving this award. Thank you so much to our customers who have made this reward possible. (Oh, and please remember to “Like” us on Facebook too: Click Here.)

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Tips

Did you know that the air inside your home can be dirtier than the air outside? Well, the Environmental Protection Agency says it can be. Dog or Cat hair, other pets, various cleaning products, building materials, tobacco smoke, radon, and even cooking residue are normal inside of homes, and can be the cause of air inside your home being dirtier than the air outside. All Weather Heating, Air & Solar can help.

Ironically, new houses and buildings can be at risk for dirty indoor air because of better, more air-tight construction techniques and materials that can trap pollutants inside.

All Weather Heating, Air & Solar offers a number of Bryant IAQ products (click here). Call us at (707) 400-6875 or (877) 447-9855 for a free estimate.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is rated according to particle allergens, volatile organic compounds, temperature, carbon dioxide, relative humidity and carbon monoxide. Bad IAQ can irritate health conditions such as allergies and asthma, and adversely affect children, the elderly, pregnant women or anyone with chronic respiratory issues. Also, improving the quality of the air in your home can help keep dry skin and cracked wood furniture at bay, lessen the viruses and bacteria that can circulate throughout your home and enjoy more customized home comfort.

Call All Weather Heating, Air & Solar for you indoor air quality needs: (707) 400-6875 or (877) 447-9855.  And remember to “Like” us on Facebook: Click Here.

Archives of Past E-Letters from All Weather Heating, Air & Solar

All Weather Heating, Air & Solar sends out monthly E-Letters to our customers and other interested folks. They contains helpful tips and information, interesting articles, and current specials we are running. If you missed our past emails, below is a list of our recent E-letters. When you click on one to read you can also sign up to receive future E-Letters.  Just look for the link at the very top. (NOTE: Discount specials in older E-Letters may no longer be valid.)
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What You Need to Know About Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide (CO) is known as a silent killer. It’s a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that can cause sudden illness or death if inhaled. Death from carbon monoxide poisoning is usually preventable by avoiding the use of certain items inside your home and by having regular inspections of combustion appliances, chimneys and vents. CO can be detected by using a carbon monoxide detector, which is a device that sounds an alarm if the level of CO in your home isn’t safe.

Sources of Carbon Monoxide

Fuel-burning appliances that are malfunctioning or misused can be sources of CO. Examples include malfunctioning hot water heaters or furnaces, portable non-electric space heaters and portable generators. Outdoor tools that use fuel such as snow blowers or lawn mowers can emit CO and shouldn’t be started in the house or in an enclosed garage.

An automobile shouldn’t have the engine running in an enclosed garage that is attached to a house. A blocked exhaust pipe on a running vehicle can also cause CO to come into the enclosed car through a cracked floorboard.

Symptoms of CO Poisoning

Early symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning resemble the flu. A person that is exposed to this deadly gas may complain of headaches, dizziness or nausea. Continued exposure to CO can lead to worsening symptoms that quickly lead to confusion, unconsciousness or possibly death.

Carbon monoxide poisoning should be suspected if flu-like symptoms happen shortly after turning on a fuel-burning device such as a tool, generator or vehicle. Another likely indicator is that multiple people in the family suddenly experience symptoms, or symptoms improve if you leave the area near the fuel-burning item. If you suspect CO poisoning, seek fresh air immediately and call 911.

How All Weather Heating and Air Conditioning Can Help Protect Your Family

To help prevent death or illness from carbon monoxide poisoning, be sure to use a carbon monoxide detector in your home. Select CO detector that is battery powered and is certified by Underwriters Laboratory. Detectors should be placed around the home according to the manufacturer’s instructions or with the assistance of an expert at All Weather Heating and Air Conditioning. Batteries should be changed twice a year. Carbon monoxide detectors expire after several years. Follow the manufacturer’s replacement instructions.

Skilled technicians at All Weather Heating and Air Conditioning can provide annual inspections of your furnace, fireplaces and chimneys, and we can answer any questions you may have about the safety of your furnaces or appliances. Follow us for more heating and cooling tips.