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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Silent But Deadly

In case you didn't know, there is a silent but deadly killer out there and it can impact anyone that uses a gas furnace to heat their home.  Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning can happen within a matter of minutes and is responsible for more deaths than any other single poison. This odorless, colorless poison can hurt you slowly in low levels, cause permanent neurological dysfunctions in moderate levels or take lives in higher levels. Protection against this deadly poison is as easy as installing a simple carbon monoxide detector in your home or office.

Older and/or poorly maintained gas furnaces can produce hazardous amounts of carbon monoxide.  It is always best to routinely have your gas furnace checked at the beginning of every heating season by a qualified technician who knows exactly what to look for.  At Environmental, we actually have a special going on right now for furnace checkups.  Just give us a call and let one of our certified technicians come out and take a look at your gas furnace system, for peace of mind if nothing else.



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