My CO Detector Questions answered by Jay Markanich - You WILL Be Asked.
Several days ago Jay Markanich posted a very good article about improperly connected furnace vent flues. The hazard is the Carbon Monoxide that ends up in the living space rather than exiting the building as desired. Because I had recently had a question from a home buyer as they were moving into their new home about where they should put the detector, I wrote to Jay and he gave me a very quick and good response. He also said that he would be posting a complete answer to my question.
True to his word, Jay has supplied the definitive post as far as I'm concerned - "Where Should I Put a Carbon Monoxide Detector?". Click the title to be taken right to the post. Thank you Jay!
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