One of the most common topics we are asked about at Woodstock Hardware is about carbon monoxide detectors, especially where to put them, how they work, and the differences between models.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in America. According to The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), CO poisoning causes approximately 2,100 deaths in the US per year. The use of CO alarms could potentially prevent many of these deaths. Carbon Monoxide is called the silent killer because it is invisble and odorless. Knowing how to protect your home and family from CO could be the most important thing you do, and it is simple. Use this information to help make your home safer.
Facts about Carbon Monoxide:
Woodstock Hardware stocks a variety of carbon monoxide products to help you make your home and business a safe place.
Protect against carbon monoxide poisoning
Below are a few of the major features to consider when selecting CO alarms for the home.
Following are the guidelines for locating a carbon monoxide detector in your home. Below are recommendations on the optimal placement of your CO alarms:
We hope you find this information presented about carbon monoxide, its prevention, and detection helpful and that your home is protected against this silent killer.
As you see Woodstock Hardware has the variety of supplies and technical expertise to help you properly protect your family inside your home and your home from the outside environment. The next time you are working on a home safety project, stop in the store, and let us help you successfully complete the project. Shop Home & Office Safety Online