- Natural Gas
- Heating Oil
It’s safest to install a carbon monoxide alarm outside of primary sleeping areas and on each level of your home. Doing so will ensure maximum protection, and will help increase the chances that you and everyone else in your house are alerted of a threat so you can get to safety in time.
In order to raise awareness of carbon monoxide poisoning and help homeowners understand the risk that carbon monoxide poses, Whitfield ClimateCare has partnered with the Hawkins Gignac Foundation, an organization that is dedicated to carbon monoxide education and safety. We’ve done this so we can continue to ensure individuals know where carbon monoxide can come from, the dangers associated with it, and why it’s so crucial to install a carbon monoxide alarm in the home.
If you don’t have a carbon monoxide alarm in your home, it’s recommended you get one immediately. Contact Whitfield ClimateCare today to learn more. Whitfield ClimateCare has partnered with the Hawkins-Gignac Foundation, an organization dedicated to carbon monoxide education and safety. Together, we’re working to ensure that no one ever has to suffer from CO poisoning again.