said by MaynardKrebs:
If you want to get nasty about it, report an unsafe installation to TSSA with the installer & company name.
You can also write York and tell them that you are going to write CSA telling them about an unsafe product.
Then see what happens.
not a bad idea at all...while most things likely won't garner much attention, a home, with natural gas, and a potentially faulty furnace is little more than a fixed bomb...not that it is likely that would happen, but just the mention of faulty furnace and natural gas is certain to get a raised eyebrow.
at the very least, perhaps York will work with you...i have a York furnace too...i also have a buddy who does the maintenance for me (every 2 years)...i had something fail on it a couple of years ago (i think it was the exhaust blower fan or something like that)...the part was under warranty, but i had to pay for the labour (i think it was about $100).--
People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.
- George Orwell