Combustion Testing Services in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Combustion appliances are needed in a day-to-day basis. With that in mind, it is in your best interest to have them in good working condition. There comes a time, however, when it will inevitably sustain damage. During this kind of situation, it is best to just go ahead and let the professionals look at it.

What do your combustion appliance(s) have to do with energy auditing? Items such as water heaters, furnaces, and ovens can run on electricity. But in some households, gas is preferred. One must keep in mind that energy auditing doesn't necessarily mean electricity; because the number one focal point of energy auditing is safety, and if your device is malfunctioning, it can be a danger to you and your household.

Faulty equipment wastes energy. In situations like this, your best option is to have your combustible appliance(s) inspected – a service that we, at Air Solutions, provide.

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Though combustion testing falls under our home energy audits category, it can help your home with other non-electrical problems as well. When we receive this kind of project we will be checking for the following:

  • Oxygen mixture
  • Carbon monoxide levels
  • Equipment deficiency
  • Flue gas draft

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When hazardous elements are involved, your best option is to let us handle the situation. Not only are we trained for jobs like these, but we have the proper equipment to help make the inspection much faster and safer. As long as you're out of harm's way, we're certain that the whole testing process will be done smoothly. What’s more, by detecting the exact causes, it will be easier to look for the best solution for the situation.

If you are interested in hiring our services, call Air Solutions at, 918-288-0305. If you have any further questions and inquiries, feel free to visit our contact us page and fill out the form. All of our services are available to properties located in the surrounding areas of Tulsa, Oklahoma.