TORONTO, Nov. 30 /CNW/ - Does your furnace intimidate you? Centennial College is offering a new Saturday seminar intended to acquaint homeowners with their own furnace and the different types of forced-air central heating systems available on the market.
Participants will learn the function, terminology and differences between standard, mid-efficiency and high-efficiency furnaces. Other topics of the six-hour weekend seminar include preventative maintenance and the functions of various controls and furnace accessories such as humidifiers and air cleaners.
The course is intended to help homeowners understand their heating system and perform simple maintenance tasks - but not repairs, which must always be performed by a licensed professional. The course fee is $75.
Centennial offers more than 1,000 career-related and personal-interest continuing education courses starting in January. For more details about Central Heating Systems for the Homeowner CESD-922, call 416-289-5300.
SOURCE Centennial College
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