Do you have a carbon monoxide detector installed in your home? How do you know if you need one?
Many people underestimate the importance of getting a carbon monoxide detector. However, common carbon monoxide sources like furnaces, generators and gas heaters can put you and your family at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning.
Did you know the CDC reports more than 15,000 people each year need emergency treatment for non-fire-related carbon monoxide exposure? Furthermore, non-fire-related carbon monoxide exposure unfortunately kills an average of about 500 people annually.