Thomas E. Clark Explains the Many Facets of Silver Spring Heating Repair
Silver Spring heating repair incorporates far more than just boiler repair and replacement according to local family owner business Thomas E. Clark.
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Nov. 14, 2012 - PRLog -- Home and business heating systems are a lot more complicated than most people realize. At least, that’s what Thomas E. Clark argues as the company explains the many different facets involved in Silver Spring heating repair.
Thomas E. Clark begins by admitting the most commonly known forms of heating repair, boiler repair and boiler replacement, do form a staple of the heating services work the company performs, yet there are many smaller and less well known services that are nonetheless just as important as large-scale repair and replacement.
One of the most important heating repair systems jobs performed by a qualified company includes combustion analysis. This form of heating system analysis primarily identifies and pinpoints carbon monoxide issues. Carbon monoxide is an unavoidable byproduct found within all heating systems as it’s created from the combustion providing the heat within your property.
However carbon monoxide is potentially deadly and very difficult to identify on your own as it is odorless, tasteless and invisible. Only though a heating system analysis and specifically designed tests can potential carbon monoxide problems be identified and mitigated, though low-level carbon monoxide monitors may also be purchased from qualified heating repair companies.
Silver Spring heating repair services can also handle problems that aren’t potentially lethal but which are still crucial for enjoying and appreciating a comfortable property. As an example Thomas E. Clark discusses duct design. Improper duct design is often the cause of inconsistencies within a property’s heating system, for example when one room is significantly colder or hotter than others despite being temperature controlled by the same system. Proper duct design, or if necessary proper duct re-design, represents one of the often-overlooked facets of heating repair systems which produce a large positive impact when undertaken.
To learn more about Thomas E. Clark and the heating repair services the company provides, visit their website at http://thomaseclark.com/
Family owned and operated since 1891, Thomas E. Clark is one of the oldest Washington DC heating repair and Annapolis plumbing companies serving its district. Thomas E. Clark provides services for air conditioning, plumbing and heating in the Maryland, Virginia and DC areas. You can visit Thomas E. Clark at http://thomaseclark.com/