Carbon monoxide (CO) being odorless, tasteless and colorless is well known as the silent killer. Carbon monoxide poisoning happens quickly when inhaled in high concentrations, but injury and possibly death can occur if toxic gas levels build up slowly over time.
Carbon monoxide detectors, also known as CO alarms, function similarly to smoke alarms. If carbon monoxide reaches a dangerous level in your home, the detector will emit a sharp beeping sound to alert you to the danger.
If you haven’t found the right carbon monoxide detector for your home, or are looking for a possibly better option than the one you currently have, contact a professional from HomePro Connections to install your CO alarms.
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