This coverage is standard across the HVAC industry
YOUR PARTS/PARTS &LABOR WARRANTY AS IT RELATED TO YOUR HVAC EQUIPMENT FROM STORM DAMAGE
WHAT IS NOT COVERED:
A. Equipment sold without a manufacturer’s warranty.
B. Refurbished equipment.
C. Equipment furnished or installed by others or purchased online.
D. Repair or replacement necessitated by loss or damage resulting form any cause other than normal use and operation of the product in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and owners manual. This includes, but not limited to, theft, operator negligence, misuse, abuse, improper electrical, power supply, spikes, surges, incorrect wiring, non-connected wires, exposure to natural disasters; such as tornados, hurricanes, floods, earthquakes.
E. Unauthorized repairs (any repairs not done by CCSI)
F. Cosmetic damage to case or cabinetry or other non-operating parts or components, corrosion, or oxidation.
G. Lack of manufacturer specified maintenance, improper equipment modifications, vandalism, animal or insect infestation, rust, dust, corrosion, defective batteries, battery leakage, or acts of nature or any other peril originating outside the equipment.
H. Any and all pre-existing conditions that occur prior to the effective date of this agreement
I. Service necessary because of improper storage, improper ventilation, reconfiguration of equipment, improper movement of equipment, including failure to place equipment in an area that complies with the manufacturer's published space and environmental requirements .
J. Any utilization of equipment that is inconsistent with either the design of the equipment or the way the manufacturer intended the equipment to be used.
K. Failure due to restrictive work area around equipment that prevents normal service. (ie; decks, plants , fences etc. added after equipment was installed)
ANY DAMAGE INCURRED DURING THE RECENT STORM SHOULD BE FILED WITH YOUR HOMEOWNERS POLICY PROVIDER, we can provide any documentation that you need to process this.
Andy Johnson, Owner Carolina Comfort Systems
3665 Highway 905
Conway SC 29526
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an odorless and colorless gas that can make you and your family very sick. Symptoms of CO poisoning include headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, confusion, chest pain, feeling like you have the flu or it can even kill you. On average, 400 Americans die from CO poisoning. Another 20,000 people end up in the hospital emergency department with CO poisoning with about 4,000 people being hospitalized. CO can be released by any gas-fueled appliance, including your gas furnace, gas stove/range or gas fireplace - anything that uses gas can be a source of CO poisoning.
Bryant Protects Your Family from Carbon Monoxide
You can trust Bryant to make sure your family is protected from this silent killer. Keep your family safe with the Bryant Preferred Series Carbon Monoxide Alarm. This CO alarm unit is easy to use and plugs right into any standard outlet in your home. The back-up rechargeable lithium ion battery ensures your family is protected even during a power outage. Bryant's CO alarm uses the latest sensor technology and the most up-to-date electronics for the best CO detection and protection your family needs.
The Bryant Preferred Series Carbon Monoxide Alarm monitors CO levels in your home and uses a very loud audible alarm to alert you if carbon monoxide is detected. Many carbon monoxide poisonings and deaths happen during the night while people are sleeping. Bryant's alarm is intended to alert you no matter the time of day or night - even waking you and your family from sleep to keep you safe. The alarm also includes a peak level button that displays the highest CO level recorded since the alarm was last reset. This CO alarm from Bryant also comes with a 7-year limited warranty.
Don't leave your family's safety from this silent killer to chance. Bryant, the brand you already trust for your heating and cooling needs, keeps you and your family safe from the dangers of carbon monoxide too.
National Tune Up Day for your heating and cooling system is coming up this September 25th! This day was founded to remind everyone to have their HVAC systems cleaned and tuned up before the cooler weather sweeps in. The best time to have your HVAC system inspected and tuned up is ahead of the seasonal switch-over from using your system to cool your home to heating your home instead.
Benefits of HVAC Tune Ups
HVAC tune ups keep your system running efficiently, conserving energy and keeping your costs down. Having a tune up every year can also help catch wear and tear or other issues that could lead to a more costly (and uncomfortable) system failure during the cold part of the year. Here are just a few of the things technicians check and do during your yearly HVAC tune up:
The list above is just a short example of the many things your HVAC maintenance technician will test, inspect, clean and check during your yearly tune up appointment. Keeping your system properly maintained keeps you warm and toasty when the cool weather hits. Remind your friends to schedule their heating and cooling system tune ups by using the hashtag #NationalTuneUpDay on social media. They'll thank you for the reminder this January when they're cozy and comfortable no matter how cold it gets outside.