Carbon monoxide is the number one cause of accidental poisoning death in North America. CO detectors are just as important as smoke alarms. You need at least one to make sure your family is safe from this deadly colorless, odorless gas. Most codes require carbon monoxide detectors. Here’s what you need to know before purchasing one or more CO detectors.
As summer turns to autumn and you’re compiling your next list of things to do around the home, don’t overlook your smoke alarms and CO detectors. Having properly working smoke alarms and CO detectors in your house can save you and your family’s lives from both very real hazards in the home – fire and carbon monoxide poisoning.
As the temperature continues to drop, now’s the time to start taking the safe operation of your gas furnace into consideration. By teaming up with your reliable HVAC contractor, you’ll be able to ensure that your household will be comfortable and protected throughout the heating season.
In the home, carbon monoxide can be a silent killer. Undetectable by sight or smell, it can cause dizziness, headaches and fatigue in small doses. With prolonged exposure, it can be deadly. If you haven’t yet installed carbon monoxide detectors in your home or business, now is the time.