Last month, we talked about the importance of installing home carbon monoxide detectors to warn your family of a CO leak from a malfunctioning furnace or other fuel-burning appliances. Carbon monoxide is, after all, the source of hundreds of at-home deaths every year.
This week we wanted to touch on an equally important subject, which is where to actually put CO detectors in your St. Louis area home.
The placement of your CO detectors will depend on a number of things, including the specific structure of your house and how many detectors you’re willing to install. By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your home is equipped for maximum safety when it comes to detecting CO in your air.
A CO detector should be installed…
There are certain areas of your home that you’ll want to avoid installing CO detectors if you can. In any of these locations, your detector might either go off when it shouldn’t or be prevented from detecting CO in the air.
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