Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odourless and colourless gas that can be emitted from common household items. It can easily rise to lethal levels in your home if you are not properly equipped to detect it. Carbon monoxide detectors are an important line of defence for the ones you love.

Where is Carbon Monoxide Found?

Although it can pose a more dangerous risk, carbon monoxide is like poor indoor air quality, you can’t see it, but if it’s there, it’s a problem. Carbon monoxide is present in several elements that you may use in your home every day, and can include:

  • Propane
  • Natural Gas
  • Gasoline
  • Wood
  • Heating Oil
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It is also present in several other substances that are commonly found in homes. A carbon monoxide alarm is the only way to know for sure when there is a threat from any of these, and is the best way to ensure you’re kept safe day and night.

Noll ClimateCare and the Hawkins-Gignac Foundation: Keeping You Aware

In order to raise awareness of carbon monoxide poisoning and help homeowners understand the risk that carbon monoxide poses, Noll ClimateCare has partnered with the Hawkins-Gignac Foundation, an organization that is dedicated to carbon monoxide education and safety. We’ve done this so we can continue to ensure individuals know where carbon monoxide can come from, the dangers associated with it and why it’s so crucial to install a carbon monoxide alarm in the home.

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To effectively monitor carbon monoxide you need the correct number of sensors based on the size of your home, and the sensors must be consistently maintained. Our experts can help you be certain that you and your family are protected from deadly CO poisoning.

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