Colorado Families Urged to Protect Themselves From the Silent Killer
Carbon monoxide alarms required in homes beginning
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Safety experts recommend installing CO alarms on every level of the home and in sleeping areas. An alarm with a digital display will show the level of CO present, while battery backup will protect families during a power outage. Homeowners should also have their furnaces and fireplaces inspected before cold weather starts and not use un-vented gasoline or kerosene space heaters or generators inside the home.
For more information on Colorado’s law and CO safety, visit www.knowaboutco.com.
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