Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Welcome to our carbon monoxide detectors store. On this page, we have ten of the top-selling carbon monoxide detectors for you to choose from. If you would like to see a wider selection of CO detectors, please click the blue button at the bottom of the page.
There are around 50,000 people admitted to a hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning every year. Approximately 450 people die every year from CO poisoning. The sad thing is that home CO poisoning deaths can be avoided if you have a carbon monoxide detector installed in your home.
Carbon monoxide is a tasteless, odorless gas that is emitted by burning fuels. When the gas builds up in the home, it causes drowsiness, nausea, unconsciousness, and it can be fatal. There are many potential sources of carbon monoxide in the home, including gas heaters, furnaces, and clothes dryers. For more information on where CO might occur in your home, please read our post on the common sources of carbon monoxide poisoning.
You should have carbon monoxide detectors installed on every level of your home and in every bedroom. You should also install CO detectors in areas that may be prone to a build-up of CO, such as rooms with an open fire, the laundry room, and the room in which your furnace is located. For more information on where to place CO detectors, please see our post on the topic of where to install carbon monoxide detectors.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors Store
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