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Serving: Newton, Wellesley, Weston, Natick, Wayland, Sudbury. 

Call: 508 877 0023

Email: Mike Lioce,
David Lioce
& David Walsh
directly or use contact box



Why a Carbon Monoxide Test is important. 

The safe and efficient operation of your heating equipment (furnace and other combustion appliances) cannot be determined without doing a carbon monoxide test. The only way to do this correctly is by using a calibrated combustion analyzer. Carbon Monoxide is the #1 cause of poisonings in the United States..

Most store-bought carbon monoxide alarms don't go off until they reach exposure levels of 70 ppm (parts per million) and only when this level is maintained for over 3-1/2 hours. OSHA and the World Health Organization's guidelines are between at 15-35 ppm.

Nationally Certified Abatement Technicians
We test your furnaces, boilers, and all other combustion appliances; we 
make the necessary adjustments to improve operation safety and efficiency.
Improve safety while saving you money!

Carbon monoxide testing
Since this particular testing technology is fairly new (instruments and training have only recently become available), odds are your home has never been inspected.  


Should my heating contractor be NCI certified?
Yes. NCI Certified combustion analysts have undergone extensive training, they are knowledgeable and can be relied upon to do their job expertly. An NCI certified heating contractor will provide you with documentation that explains what was found and what corrections have been or need to be performed.

Health, safety and fuel efficiency
Thorough testing for carbon monoxide not only ensures the health and safety of your family; it can also verify that your equipment is operating at peak efficiency and at the lowest operating costs.

Newton, Wellesley, Weston, Natick, Wayland, Sudbury.