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HVAC Replacement Permits Are a Must


We wish we could say that we’re surprised, but when you’ve been in business for 105 years, you’ve pretty much seen it all. A Kansas City Star article on Sunday pointed out that many heating and cooling contractors – even licensed providers – in the metro do not pull the required permits when replacing residential furnaces or air conditioners. The most important issue here is that without a permit, the local municipality cannot then come in after the fact to inspect the work that was done and point out any errors to be fixed. Carbon monoxide poisoning still happens, and when it does it can be fatal. This is the greatest risk of not ensuring that your new furnace was installed