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A carbon monoxide alarm (CO) alarm, is much more than just a device that provides peace of mind.

Carbon monoxide (CO) is known as ‘The Silent Killer’. That’s because you can’t see it, taste it or smell it. Canadians die or are seriously injured by carbon monoxide every year, and many elements that are commonly used in households contain this substance and can pose a risk. Installing a carbon monoxide alarm ensures that you are alerted of a threat before it’s too late.

Where is Carbon Monoxide Found?

Carbon monoxide is present in several elements that you may use in your home every day. These include:

  • Furnaces or boilers
  • Natural gas stoves and ovens
  • Fireplaces, both gas and wood burning
  • Heating Oil
  • Water Heaters
  • Clothes Dryer

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.
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Where Should I Put a Carbon Monoxide Alarm?

It’s safest to install a carbon monoxide alarm outside of primary sleeping areas and on each level of your home. Doing so will ensure maximum protection, and will help increase the chances that you and everyone else in your house are alerted of a threat so you can get to safety in time.

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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, ClimateCare has partnered with the Hawkins-Gignac Foundation 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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Hawkins-Gignac Foundation is an organization that is dedicated to carbon monoxide education and safety

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Talk to a ClimateCare Expert to Learn More

If you don’t have a carbon monoxide alarm in your home, it’s recommended you get one immediately.

ClimateCare has partnered with the Hawkins-Gignac Foundation, an organization dedicated to carbon monoxide education and safety. Together, we’re working to ensure that no one ever has to suffer from CO poisoning again.

Find a local ClimateCare today to learn more.