Our Commitment to You
As a critical and essential business, Smylie One Heating & Cooling, Inc. is open and here to serve you. While our offices are closed to the general public, we are still offering replacement quotes on equipment and providing maintenance, repair, and installations as needed. Our commitment above all else is to ensure the health and safety of our team members, customers and the communities we serve. We’re adhering to the following guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and local authorities:
- All Smylie One employees are instructed to wash their hands frequently throughout the day.
- Everyone on our team has been instructed to take their temperatures daily, stay home if they feel sick, and to leave work early if they show any indication of illness.
- We have asked our service experts and installers to respectfully maintain “social distancing” by minimizing direct physical contact with each other and our customers. This includes respectfully declining shaking hands with one another and our customers. You may notice the service expert or installer wearing gloves while working inside your home.
- Our service experts and installers are now required to utilize sanitizing wipes to clean their tool bags as a measure to ensure we’re bringing clean tools into your home.
- As always, our service experts and installers will wear heavy boot covers not only as a measure to keep your floors clean, but also to try and prevent the spreading of any contaminant that may be on their boots.
As you know, the situation is evolving, and we will reassess these precautions frequently and communicate any changes. Please call us directly at (440)449-4328 with any needs or questions you may have.
Smylie One Team
4 Facts You Should Know About Indoor Air Quality
Between work, school & home, people spend 90% of their time indoors.
The quality of indoor air can be two to five times (and even up to 100 times) more polluted than the worst outside air.
There has been an alarming increase in the number of children with severe allergies and asthma.
Allergies, asthma, lung cancer and heart problems have all been linked to poor air quality.
Right now the whole world is focused on the spread of Coronavirus and everyone is thinking about the necessary precautions that are needed to reduce our chances of coming into contact with this virus. You’ve stocked up on hand soap, sanitizer, and disinfectants. You’re washing / sanitizing your hands regularly, disinfecting surfaces and practicing social distancing to protect yourself and your loved ones. But not much thought is given to the 15,000+ quarts of air that you breathe in each day.
As HVAC professionals, we are your first line of defense against airborne pathogens. And we’re not just talking about Coronavirus. Indoor air pollution is all around you. A few common examples being: gas, smoke, building materials, cleaning products, radon, pollen, pet dander, dust, mold, bacteria and even viruses. It is through your home’s HVAC system that these contaminants are spread. So it only makes sense that the most sensible way to remove these toxins from the air is also with your HVAC System.
Our whole-home air purification systems help clean the air, keeping you and your family safe and healthy. Find out more by clicking below.