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Carbon monoxide (CO) exposure is a deadly but common hazard in your home that can happen any time of year – especially when the cold, winter weather settles in, and we depend on things like our furnace or gas fireplace to heat up our homes.
Statistics show that most households have, on average, between 4 – 6 fuel-burning appliances that produce Carbon Monoxide.
Common sources of CO in your home:
There are two simple steps to help prevent CO from harming you or your family:
#1 Get an annual inspection for all fuel-fired appliances in your home
#2 Install and regularly test certified CO alarms
Have fun and enjoy these winter months knowing you’ve been winter-wise by ensuring your home and family are protected from the dangers of CO.
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