If you have an appliance in your Connecticut home that burns fuel – and, living in Northeastern U.S., you probably do – then you really need to know about the potential hazards of carbon monoxide.
That’s because any appliance that relies on fuel combustion produces some amount of carbon monoxide – also known by its chemical formula abbreviation “CO.” In very small amounts, carbon monoxide is relatively harmless, but as it accumulates inside your home, CO can become dangerous – or even deadly.
Here are six questions and answers about carbon monoxide safety to help keep your family safe in the unlikely event of a CO build-up in your home.
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