Warm Is Good - Alive Is Better - New CA Law in Effect.
Back in January of this year, I wrote of the dangers of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. If you missed it, take a chance to revisit this popular post and watch the video. Since then, there have been a number of great posts from around the country. Jay Markanich from VA chimed in with a great article on where to put a CO detector. That post answers questions that even the manufacturers leave out of the instructions.
SO, WHY REHASH THE CO DETECTOR THING?
Effective July 1, 2011, every home sold in California MUST HAVE A CO DETECTOR.
DONT BE DETECTED SELLING YOUR HOME WITHOUT A CO DETECTOR BY AN INSPECTOR.
All your home centers and hardware stores have these for sale and many are even posting signage to call attention to this requirement. To me, the smart money is to buy a combination unit or unitS (depending on the layout of your home).
Even if you already have smoke detectors.... replace them. Bet you didn't know that they should be replaced every five years or so. Get the combination units and bring your home and families safety up to par.
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