This certification course will also show you how to troubleshoot, diagnose and repair common safety and efficiency problems that lurk in most of the homes in your service area.
Every year thousands of people in the U.S. needlessly become ill or die from carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Prevention is possible and is the key to avoiding carbon monoxide hazards in the home. However, without full CO safety and combustion diagnostics, there is no way of knowing whether a system is safe or efficient.
National Comfort Institute (NCI) is offering a three-day carbon monoxide safety and combustion training, that will give HVAC contractors the technical knowledge they need to prevent these CO hazards, and improve HVAC system performance. The next class in the Cleveland area will be held March 18-20.
Widely Used Methods
NCI sources say attendees will learn how they can grow profits, make customers' homes safer, and reduce heating costs by applying what is described as the most widely used carbon monoxide safety and combustion testing protocol in North America. This certification course will also show contractors how to troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair common safety and efficiency problems that lurk in most of the homes in their service areas.
This course is offered to four key groups:
- Service and Maintenance Technicians
- Owners and Managers
- Service and Installation Managers.
To register for the class, visit this link: NCI Online Registration. Once you are on the site, scroll down to the heading, Carbon Monoide and Combustion Analysis with Certification.
Or, call Joe Balog of NCI Customer Care, at 800-633-7058, or email firstname.lastname@example.org