Airtek is listed in the Air Conditioning Contractors & Systems category in Catawba, South Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for Airtek which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Airtek on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 68.

Contact information for Airtek is:
2366 S Anderson Rd
Catawba, SC 29704
(803) 327-7100

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Airtek has an overall ZapScore of 68. This means that Airtek has a higher ZapScore than 68% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Catawba, South Carolina is 39 and in the Air Conditioning Contractors & Systems category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Airtek of York Co, Inc shared Trane's post.
Happy Halloween! From our team to you, enjoy and be safe. #Unstoppable

Airtek of York Co, Inc shared Rittman Fire's post.
I personally have found 3 flues off like this already this season! Get those furnaces checked, people!
Around 2015 hours this evening a fire officer was dispatched to investigate a CO alarm activation with no symptoms. This means send one individual with the CO detector to investigate. Most of the time, probably close to 90%, these alarm activation are false with no actual CO in the residence. The alarms are over 10 years old or someother reason for the alarm activation but our calibrated detector, which is the same as the gas company, does not detect anything. Upon entering the residence, a single family home with a husband and wife and their pet dog, the CO monitor registered a level of 35 and began to alarm, warning the officer he needed to evacuate the premises. The detector continued to rise to a level of 78. Both the husband and wife and pup were evacuated and the full department was dispatched along with Rittman EMS. Firefighters with SCBAs entered the structure and detected levels approaching 98 PPM of CO in the basement. Upon further investigation it was found the flue pipe had detached from the furnace shown in the photo. The furnace was turned on this evening and was spewing CO into this house. Had these folks NOT had a working detector they would not have survived. CO is an odorless and colorless gas that is a by product of combustion. Any gas fired appliances will emit CO which is why most have vent piping. As we enter the furnace season, please have your appliances checked by a licensed technician, change the batteries in your smoke AND CO detectors, and if you don't have a CO detector, go get a couple now! $50 can save your life. It saved the lives of 2 people and a dog tonight because had they gone to bed, after starting the furnace, without a detector, it would have been a different outcome. Please please, working detectors SAVE LIVES!!

Airtek of York Co, Inc added 3 new photos.
Thanks to Epting distributors for a fun weekend in Nashville and the Titans Game, Thanks Derek Doster and Mike Cooper

Airtek of York Co, Inc shared Trane's post.
Thank you James Trane!!
Did you know? Trane began when our founder, James Trane, a Norwegian immigrant, first opened his own plumbing shop in La Crosse, Wisconsin, in 1885. #Unstoppable

Me and my little helper Eli