Is Carbon Monoxide Making Your Home Unsafe?
Recently a co-worker had his boiler replaced due to carbon monoxide problems. I've learned that my detector should be placed low to the ground as that's where carbon monoxide lingers. So, how do you protect your family?
State Farm Insurance tells us:
Install detectors in central locations, in each sleeping area, on every level of the
home and near attached garage.
Visit this page for more helpful tips and what to look out for so that you can keep your family safe from this silent killer.