Installing a carbon monoxide detector in a central spot is the smartest way to alert you of this dangerous gas. Carbon monoxide is colorless, odorless and is fatal in big amounts.
A carbon monoxide detector is similar to a smoke alarm. It monitors the air and signals if carbon monoxide levels are too high. Preferrably, you should use no fewer than one detector near each living area, or on all floors in your house. These detectors are best run in tandem with our HVAC maintenance memberships, which keep your equipment in top shape and could help you stop carbon monoxide in Rochester.