Green Living Tips - Check Your Carbon Monoxide Alarm

Protect your family by making sure that your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarm are functioning properly. CO alarms should be installed near your furnace and/or water heater and also near bedrooms. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions and check batteries at least once a year. Try to find smoke detectors and CO alarms that use the same batteries and keep a dedicated stash on hand so that you can immediately replace them when necessary. [1]
 

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1.) http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Safety-Education/Safety-Education-Centers/Carbon-Monoxide-Information-Center/Carbon-Monoxide-Questions-and-Answers-/

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