SILENT AND DEADLYHow Do You Know the Deadly Carbons That Your Furnace and Hot Water Heater Produce are Being Safely Exhausted From Your Home?
Finds like this show the importance of doing annual maintenance by professional technicians to prevent dangerous problems like these from developing over time and going unnoticed. It is also why you should have Carbon Monoxide detectors on every level of your home, whether it be single or multi family dwelling, new or old home/HVAC system, and even when you do have maintenance done annually.
Do You Check Your Smoke Detector Regularly? What About Your Carbon Monoxide Detector?
Be sure to check not only your Smoke Detector for proper operation, but your Carbon Monoxide Detector as well. It is always a good idea to change the batteries once a year & test the unit. If you do not have a Carbon Monoxide Detector you should consider getting one. Especially if you have children or elderly living in the home, it could be a life saving decision.