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Carbon Monoxide Detectors: Are They Installed Properly?

Carbon Monoxide Detectors: Are They Installed Properly?

Your heating system, cooking equipment, and any other appliance that burns fuel create carbon monoxide (CO). Normally, this toxic gas is safely vented outside. A CO leak can be lethal,

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Here’s What You Need to Know About Heat Exchangers

Here's What You Need to Know About Heat Exchangers

All gas furnaces use a heat exchanger to transfer the heat the gas creates. Normally, heat exchangers sit next to the furnace burners and heat up just like a pan

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Have You Checked Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

Have You Checked Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

Now that another heating season is approaching and your home will soon be closed up against the cold, carbon monoxide (CO) exposure is a serious threat that you shouldn’t ignore.

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Why You Need a Carbon Monoxide Detector in Your Home

Why You Need a Carbon Monoxide Detector in Your Home

When you turn on your fuel-burning heating system for the fall, you have a reasonable expectation that it will operate safely. However, some unforeseen issues could occur that might make

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Important Reasons to Routinely Test the Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Your Home

Carbon monoxide (CO)–a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas–is produced by the appliances you use in your home every day. Anything that burns fuel, such as a gas-fired furnace or water heater,

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How to Detect a Gas Leak in Your Home Furnace

Installing a gas furnace is a reliably safe way to keep Fort Wayne’s winter chill at bay. However, problems with your system can occur at any time. Knowing how to detect a

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A Cracked Heat Exchanger Should Be Addressed Before the Weather Turns Cold

A lot can happen to your furnace or boiler while you’re not looking. Regular maintenance including changing filters and cleaning your heating system can prevent a lot of issues, but problems

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Would You Know if You Were Exposed to Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless, invisible gas that is produced in exhaust from vehicles, gas furnaces, stoves, wood fires and other appliances that work by combustion. Unfortunately, CO can be

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Reduce or Eliminate Carbon Monoxide Exposure in Your Indiana Home

Keeping yourself safe from carbon monoxide exposure involves doing what you can to reduce and eliminate carbon monoxide (CO) from your home. In order to do this, you need to

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Carbon Monoxide Detectors Are More Important Than You Think

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a real threat lurking in your Fort Wayne area home. This colorless, odorless gas is hazardous and potentially lethal to humans and animals. It can be emitted

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