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Appliances Submerged During Hurricane Irene Should Be Replaced

Today’s water heaters, boilers, furnaces and air conditioning systems are sophisticated pieces of
equipment. Many families rely on these gas appliances to provide comfort, with a sense of safety
throughout the year.

As a result of the destructive powers of Hurricane Irene, many of these natural gas appliances have
been exposed or submerged for long periods of time in flood waters, causing extensive damage.
These flood waters, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, contain potentially
dangerous materials, such as raw sewage, high levels of bacteria and mold spores, agricultural runoff
and infectious chemicals from industrial areas. “Reusing a hot water heater, boiler, furnace or air
conditioning system after it’s been exposed to contaminated flood waters can create fire, explosion
and carbon monoxide hazards in the home”.

According to the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), a national trade
association of manufacturers of residential, commercial and industrial appliances and equipment,
components and related products, recommends that any flood-damaged heating and cooling
equipment be replaced immediately, not repaired.

Call us today for a Safety Check
 
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