We install CO detectors in OKC.
Carbon Monoxide Detector Installation
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas which makes it extremely dangerous. CO detectors can protect your family from deadly carbon monoxide gas. Fuel-burning appliances such as oil and gas furnaces, gas water heaters, gas ranges and ovens, gas dryers, gas or kerosene space heaters, fireplaces and wood stoves are all sources of carbon monoxide.
A monitored carbon monoxide detector will alert you if high levels of this deadly gas are detected. Local building ordinances require the installation of carbon monoxide detectors in your home. An expert technician from Alliance Services can properly install your CO detector and ensure it is functioning correctly. Call today!
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Mary - Hitchcock, OK
Always friendly and helpful in trying to get the kinks worked out in my Geo system. Matt and his guy are a pleasure to work with.
Best service ever
To - Bethany, OK
Maury - Mustang, OK
Amazing. One call a tech showed up and the next day upgraded my electric panel. Easy to talk to answered all my questions. Absolutely amazing service
Amazing fast and great service
Anthony - Yukon, OK
Tech showed up extremely fast and handled my issue quickly and very reasonable price wise.
James - Oklahoma City, OK
Very good service. Very professional
Kyle - Mustang, OK
Very good work. Matt did a great job balancing out the air flow. Highly recommend this company for all HVAC work.
Great customer service very knowledgeable
Marquise - Edmond, OK
Quick, fast, friendly
Sandy - Yukon, OK
Hunter is wonderful.
Quick - Oklahoma City, OK
Great service, fast and friendly
Crystal - Edmond, OK
The techs came out and gave me a quote on new heat and air system had it ordered and installed on the time frame that I asked them too. There was no hidden fees and they found great rebates that helped me with the cost.
Replace outlet for garage door opener in Oklahoma City
Air Conditioner freezing up. Keep your A/C units clean of dirt and debris. Cotton woods are bad this time of year. Be sure to change your filters on a regular basis. We have a great service plan that includes electric and heating & air. There are several reasons your Air Conditioner freezes over. Low on Freon and air flow are the most common.