A necessary step in any home safety plan is working carbon monoxide detectors, and the only way to ensure they’re working is through regular testing. A carbon monoxide detector with a dead battery is worse than no detector at all, since it might impart a false sense of security.
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Although the amount is higher during the winter, common combustion pollutants can lurk in your home at any time of the year. Anything that burns can leave behind unhealthy gases if combustion isn’t complete. Of these gases, carbon monoxide (CO) is the deadliest, but others can adversely affect your health over time. Here are some common combustion pollutants to look out for in your Fresno home:
Being exposed to carbon monoxide (CO) in your home, even for just a short amount of time, can be very hazardous to you and your family, even potentially lethal. It’s important to take precautions against CO buildup, and know what to do in case this happens in your Fresno area home.