Carbon Monoxide Detectors
A carbon monoxide detector is a device that will alarm when it detects the presence of carbon monoxide gas. Carbon Monoxide (CO) is produced from incomplete combustion of fossil fuels. There are several sources of CO that could cause a problem in your home such as water heaters, space heaters, open flames, running a car inside a garage and blocked chimneys. To provide extra protection, a CO detector should be placed on each level of your home, including the basement. A CO detector should also be installed within 10ft of the bedrooms.
- Should be installed on each floor of your home and within 10ft of bedrooms
- Should be installed near a garage or over any attached garage
- Should be replaced every 5 to 6 years
- Install a combination smoke/carbon monoxide detector for maximum protection
Protecting you, your family and your home is our number one priority. This is part of our home safety check-up to provide optimal protection against injury and deaths caused by fires carbon monoxide poisoning. Call us today to allow us to perform a free Home Safety Check-up.