Carbon Monoxide Learn how to detect and stop the silent killer

Carbon monoxide is odorless, colorless and tasteless. It’s a deadly gas. Here are some prevention and detection tips to keep you and your family safe.

Install carbon monoxide detectors on each level.

Don’t run any fueled engines in the garage, even if the door is open.

Open your fireplace flue for adequate ventilation and don’t use barbeque grills in the garage.nate

Use heating equipment approved by an independent testing laboratory.

When changing a furnace filter, make sure the new filter is correctly positioned and the access panel is securely fastened.

Have your home’s furnace inspected and serviced annually by a NATE-certified technician.



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By Published On: September 27, 2014

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