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Carbon Monoxide Testing 2017-03-04T17:36:48+00:00

Carbon Monoxide Testing at Every Service & Maintenance Visit

Your Safety is our Number One Priority

All of our technicians are trained to test your heating equipment and combustion appliances with a calibrated combustion analyzer.

Carbon Monoxide is the #1 cause of poisonings in the US. The majority of CO detectors are designed to go off when CO levels are at a deadly level. At Control Point Mechanical, we take any level of CO in your home seriously. The safety and efficiency of your heating equipment and other combustion appliances cannot be determined without testing using a calibrated combustion analyzer. The technology, instruments and training to detect low levels of CO have only been available for a few years, and we have dedicated ourselves to making this part of all of our maintenance and service visits. All of our service technicians are certified to properly test and diagnose potential CO exposure. We also offer the NSI 3000- a low level CO monitor.

Logo of the National Comfort Institute- HVAC Contractors that have the highest standards for safety and carbon monoxide safety

Control Point Mechanical is a proud member of the National Comfort Institute (NCI), an organization of HVAC Experts committed to the highest quality standards for safety and comfort. CPM offers a fun, range of residential HVAC services.

Control Point Mechanical (CPM) takes all the guesswork out of choosing a heating contractor. Your Safety, Health, Comfort and Efficiency will always be our biggest priority!

Why Should You Demand a CO Test?

Carbon Monoxide, even in small quantities can cause serious health problems, especially in very young children and in the elderly. Many unsuspecting homeowners are exposed to low levels of CO and do not even know it!
Click here to read our brochure on why it is important to have all equipment tested.

Low Level CO Detectors Brochure

Protect Your Family?

Most CO detectors only detect deadly levels of CO in your home. Even low levels of carbon monoxide can cause illness, especially in young children, the elderly, and highly sensitive or ill people. Our NSI 3000 Monitor detects low levels of CO using the same sensor technology found in professional CO Analyzers.

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