In our blog, we often discuss the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO) as they relate to your furnace. But your furnace isn't the only thing that you have to look out for when you're protecting your home from CO leaks. Carbon monoxide is often produced in attached garages, and if you're not careful it can seep into your home. Luckily, there are some upgrades you can make to your HVAC system that will help keep your family safe from carbon monoxide in your garage.
The most obvious source of CO in your garage is automobiles. If your car is running idle in your garage, it's adding carbon monoxide to the air. That CO can build up even more when your garage door is closed. Carbon monoxide in your garage can also come from snow blowers, lawn mowers and any fuel-burning appliances that might be located there.
If you have any questions about carbon monoxide leaks from your garage, or if you'd like a heating and cooling system serviced or installed in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Louis HVAC company. We service the St. Louis area and surrounding towns like Ballwin, Winghaven and O'Fallon.
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