Plumbers are Mechanical Detectives
Today’s plumbers have morphed into tech detectives. Plumbers are mechanical detectives armed with tools that assist in clue-seeking.
We Know How to Deal With Today’s More Efficient Equipment
The problem with modern equipment is that as it becomes more efficient, it gets much more complicated to manage properly. Nowadays, all standard equipment is made of on-board computers and processors. Sound familiar?
We understand Onboard Motors Draft Induced
Onboard motors today are draft induced which can lead to blocked vents and/or exhausts. This motor uses outdoor combustion to make air to fire up the system. Once this new system is installed, then comes the electrical work to keep it all going.
Our Trained Qualified Technicians Use Sophisticated Measuring Tools
A trained qualified tech will utilize tools to measure, analyze and maintain that equipment. For example, measuring resistance to a measure ohm via the newest CO2 Combustion Analyzer. Digital Manometers that read not only AC/DC but also Micropherins are most typical tools today.
Techs need to be able to measure resistance to a measure ohm and most important with this new equipment the Carbon Monoxide combustion analyzer.
This equipment includes water heaters, tank less heaters, gas and oil, hot water and warm air furnaces and boilers.
When a qualified plumbing, Heating and cooling tech from My Dear Watson arrives to your home or you place of business, rest assured you are getting a true mechanical detective.
Allow My Dear Watson, your home’s mechanical detective to help you with all your future comfort needs.