The Silent Killer Hiding in Your Home

Carbon Monoxide

Did you know...

Carbon monoxide detectors have an expiration date?

Install and test carbon monoxide (CO) alarms at least once a month.

CO is called the "invisible killer" because it's a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. Breathing in CO at high levels can be fatal.

The Six Main Symptoms

effects of carbon monoxide poisoning

of Carbon Monoxide poisoning are: 

  1. Headaches 
  2. Dizziness
  3. Nausea 
  4. Breathlessness 
  5. Collapse
  6. Loss of Consciousness.

Don't let it sneak up on you

A heating unit not performing at its peak performance can be deadly...

According to the centers for disease control and prevention (CDC)in 2015, a total of 393 deaths resulting from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning occurred, with 36% of the deaths occurring in December, January, or February. 

how to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

A crack in your heat exchanger allows carbon monoxide to seep directly into your duct system where it is distributed throughout the house.

REMEMBER: Carbon monoxide is odorless and invisible.

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