Importance of Monoxide Detectors
Carbon monoxide is a silent killer with an average of 430 victims per year according to CDC statistics. It is odorless, colorless, tasteless and virtually impossible for a person to detect until it’s too late. Typical carbon monoxide poisoning occurs as a slow buildup while a person is asleep, and even people who are awake may slip into unconsciousness before they realize what’s happening. Carbon monoxide poisoning can happen in any enclosed space, so the only way to avoid it is to install carbon monoxide detectors to provide early warnings of any danger.