On October 1, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Rule 1111 for the South Coast Air Quality Management District in an effort to lower greenhouse gas emissions 40% by 2030. This rule regulates the nitrous oxide (NOx) emissions of residential gas furnaces. These restrictions were implemented to advance California’s effort to fight climate change. Due to these sweeping changes, any new gas heating system purchased/installed in the SCAQMD district must conform to the new emissions standards. All major manufactures, such as Trane, Carrier and Lennox, must produce a furnace that meets these standards for SCAQMD.

During this time of transition to a new product, Metz Air Control is here to meet the needs of our customers. We stand behind our work and service. As with any new product, unforeseen issues may arise. While we understand there may be new concerns with the Ultra-Low NOx Furnaces , we are here to help you navigate through any problems that may arise with top notch service and the quality care we have been providing the community for over 44 years. If you’re experiencing any issues with your new furnace, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We will assist you as soon as possible.

This year has been unlike any other due to the current Covid-19 pandemic. We have seen job loss and slowed production at an unprecedented rate, especially in the HVAC industry. Due to these circumstances, parts for the new furnaces may be in short supply. We are hopeful that as we advance in the fight against Covid, manufacturing will return to normal capacity.

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