Protect yourself and your family from CO (carbon monoxide) poisoning

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A story in today’s Burlington Free Press again points to the importance of making sure you protect yourself against carbon monoxide poisoning.

As we’ve discussed here before, check out the National Safety Council’s general recommendations.   As mentioned, all homeowners should get at least an annual check-up on their heating and hot-water system to make sure they are operating properly.  And anytime you make changes to your home, from building an addition, to adding air-conditioning, to changing your windows, you should have an expert make sure that all equipment is operating and venting properly. As a secondary measure, all homes should have a CO alarm.

Please, be safe.

Thanks,
Mike

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One Response to “Protect yourself and your family from CO (carbon monoxide) poisoning”

  1. New Life for an Old Furnace « GreenHomes America Says:

    […] talking about. While conducting a home energy audit, he discovered a poorly venting furnace with high levels of carbon monoxide, obviously a dangerous situation that needed to be corrected. In addition to being unsafe, this was […]

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