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Dear Editor:

We are happy to report that we have successfully worked through the misunderstanding with Dr. Balko and relieved to know we did not do anything to his furnace that could have let carbon monoxide into his home (“The CO threat,” letters to the editor, Jan. 8, The Aspen Times).

Pacific Sheet Metal has proudly served the Roaring Fork Valley for more than 40 years. We always strive to provide the best customer service and have stood behind all of our work. We would never purposely install anything that is unsafe or would be dangerous to our customers. Our technicians are trained to the highest standards in the industry and never compromise safety in the equipment we sell and service.



Pacific Sheet Metal is a third-generation, family-owned company, and we plan on providing all the generations of this valley with safe and reliable heating systems.

Lowell Walter



president and owner

Pacific Sheet Metal


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