What is COPD? The COPD Foundation gives this definition: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is an umbrella term used to describe progressive lung diseases including emphysema, chronic bronchitis, refractory (non-reversible) asthma, and some forms of bronchiectasis.” How is a person diagnosed with COPD? Here are a few of the major symptoms: Wheezing Frequent … [Read more...]
Learn about home heating and our Residential Heating Repair & Replacement Services. When it’s cold outside and your heat doesn’t work, finding a furnace repair expert you can trust becomes your top priority and there is much to consider. Bookmark this page for easy reference, and select from one of the many informative articles below...
One child dead and others hospitalized after carbon monoxide found at indoor heated pool... Family cat warns family of leaking carbon monoxide… Two found dead after oven left on… How can these sad outcomes be prevented? Carbon Monoxide poisoning is indeed a silent killer. It’s odorless and invisible. But, it can be detected before illness or death occur, if alarms are … [Read more...]
Is He Looking for a Home in Your HVAC System? Critters love to make themselves at home in warm and cozy places. Some have dens, or set up housekeeping in safe, quiet spots out of harm’s way. But whether it’s hot outside, or cold, your heating and cooling areas can be a welcoming place for varmints, especially if easy access is available. If you allow this, they can wreak … [Read more...]
It’s spring, and we can finally throw open the windows and let in some ‘fresh’ air. We can hope it’s fresh, but in some areas, like in cities with high pollution rates, the air is not so clean. The important thing is too know how to keep the indoor air quality in our home, or place of work, as healthy as possible. This is why at Abel Heating and Cooling, we are … [Read more...]
Shocking statistics have been revealed about the effects of chemicals, toxin, pesticides and many things we take for granted in our life day to day. Dr. Claudia Miller, an allergist/immunologist and tenured professor at the University of Texas, San Antonio, reveals: “…Some people develop persistent, disabling symptoms following an accidental chemical spill or release, … [Read more...]