Maintenance Tips For Your Carbon Monoxide Detector
Portable generators and furnaces alike have the potential to leak the deadly gas carbon monoxide. Since you are more likely to use these devices in the wintertime, it is important to take steps that will prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Below are some maintenance tips for your carbon monoxide detectors.
If your carbon monoxide detector is not working, it will be of no help to you. Make sure your carbon monoxide detector is in good working order by pressing the test button. This should be done at least once a month.
Carbon monoxide detectors were not built to last forever. Check the manufacturer’s instructions to find out the lifespan of your device. If your carbon monoxide detector has exceeded that time limit, be sure to have it replaced in a timely manner.
Do you need to have carbon monoxide detectors installed in your home? Don’t try to handle this one on your own. Instead, turn to the pros at TFC Electric. Your safety is our number one priority. Call 631-589-2800 for peace of mind.
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December 23, 2015