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Protect Your Family With a Carbon Monoxide Detector in Indianapolis

Carbon monoxide poisoning can be deadly. Keep your family safe by installing a carbon monoxide detector in your home. Breedlove Dobbs is a Central Indianapolis heating and cooling service company that offers carbon monoxide detector installation and maintenance in order to keep you and your family safe and protected from the “silent killer.”

What You Need to Know:

1. What is carbon monoxide?

Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas that can be given off by furnaces, gas ranges, and water heaters. Carbon monoxide is toxic – exposure can cause illness or death. Carbon monoxide poisoning from home appliances is responsible to many avoidable deaths each and every year.

2. Who is at risk?

Though carbon monoxide is dangerous for EVERYONE, small children, unborn babies, the elderly, and those with breathing or heart problems are more vulnerable to carbon monoxide poisoning. These individuals are at great risk because they may not be aware of the symptoms of CO poisoning as it occurs.

3. Carbon monoxide detectors keep you safe:

A carbon monoxide detector alerts you and your family when carbon monoxide levels pass healthy limits. Having a CO detector inside your home allows you to take action immediately so you and your family can leave the home and get outside to safety as soon as possible before anyone is seriously harmed.

3. How many carbon monoxide detectors do you need?

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recommends that every home have at least one carbon monoxide detector with an audible warning signal installed near the sleeping area.

Looking for for information about carbon monoxide detectors or want to schedule your installation? Call Breedlove Dobbs Heating and Cooling at 317.888.9111 today. We can schedule your in-home evaluation and estimate to help protect your home from CO poisoning.