Protecting your family doesn’t just mean safeguarding against outside threats. Potential hazards within the home can also impact your family’s safety and well-being. To help keep your family safe, consider installing carbon monoxide detectors. ...

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Intruders aren’t the only threat to your family’s safety. Find out the 3 essential home detectors every homeowner should integrate to their home security....

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Carbon Monoxide (CO) is produced when fuel is burned — in cars, stoves, grills, fireplaces, gas ranges and furnaces. When it builds up — especially indoors — you can be poisoned. The challenge is that carbon monoxide has no color or odor, which is why CO poisoning is the most common type of fatal poisoning globally. Because of this, the onus is on homeowners to prevent and detect CO to protect their families. Awareness and early response are critical to ensure that if it does happen in your home, you react quickly to minimize the impact....

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Carbon monoxide is a known killer. While you might have a simple carbon monoxide detector plugged into a wall somewhere in your home, it’s important that you actually know what carbon monoxide is, where it comes from, and how to find the best detector for it. What Is Carbon Monoxide? Carbon monoxide has no sm...

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Likely you’ve prepared for large-scale emergencies to keep your family safe at home. However, the threat of carbon monoxide poisoning is often overlooked. Exposure to carbon monoxide puts you and your family at great risk that is potentially fatal. Often, CO inhalation happens before you realize something is amiss. By i...

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Carbon monoxide is a colorless gas that can be extremely hazardous and potentially fatal when emitted into small, enclosed spaces. Often referred to as a “silent killer,” carbon monoxide is a major threat to individuals at home and in places that lack proper ventilation. CO, which is released by ...

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Many everyday items in your home - from makeup to medicine - can be harmful if ingested or if taken in the wrong doses. In fact, the Center for Disease Control reported that poisoning deaths are actually on the rise, with an average of 87 peo...

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Earlier this month, roughly 80 residents of a condominium complex in Calgary were forced to evacuate due to dangerously high levels of carbon monoxide. While this happened in Canada, the U.S. Fire Administration...

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Do you have a gas fireplace? Is your home or water heated using natural gas? If so, carbon monoxide exposure may be a risk. The dangerous gas is a real concern for homeowners, as 170 people die of non-automotive carbon monoxide poisoning each year, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Fortunately, there ...

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