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Why You Need Carbon Monoxide Detectors | PaschalCorp

By | January 23rd, 2018|Air Filters, CO detectors, Gas Leak, Heat Exchanger, Home Safety, Preventive Maintenance, Safety, Service & Maintenance|

What is Carbon Monoxide? Carbon monoxide (CO), is an odorless, colorless gas, which can cause sudden illness and death, also known as the "Silent Killer." [...]

Minimize Carbon Monoxide Exposure and Maximize Your Health

By | September 25th, 2014|CO detectors|

While it’s a common byproduct of combustion, you can still minimize carbon monoxide exposure by taking the right precautions. In an average year, over 150 people in the United States will die from the presence of this odorless, colorless gas and more than two thousand will require emergency treatment. Many of the fatalities occurred while victims were sleeping. Deadly carbon monoxide concentration inside a home or elsewhere can occur silently and without obvious signs or symptoms until it’s too late. Here are some steps you should take to minimize carbon monoxide exposure and avoid becoming a statistic: […]

Limit Your Risk — Ways to Minimize CO Exposure

By | June 24th, 2014|CO detectors|

Carbon monoxide (CO) is one of the most dangerous gases that commonly infiltrates homes. Even in small concentrations, it’s able to cause many serious health problems and in some cases can still be fatal. Long term exposure to significant levels of CO can also be fatal. The initial symptoms of CO poisoning are strong migraines, confusion, nausea and disorientation. Knowing all this, it’s important to take preventative steps to limit any CO exposure. […]

Tips on How to Protect Your Family From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

By | June 5th, 2014|CO detectors|

If your home in Northwest Arkansas has any natural gas, propane or fuel-oil burning appliances, you must always be aware of the possibility of carbon monoxide gas entering your home. With the following tips you can familiarize yourself with the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and take action to protect your family from its effects: […]

Carbon Monoxide Could Creep Into Your Home From Your Garage

By | January 22nd, 2013|CO detectors|

You enjoy the perks of having an attached garage, but have you ever considered the health risks they pose? When your house is not properly sealed off from your attached garage, the carbon monoxide (CO) produced by your vehicle and other noxious garage fumes can creep into your home and threaten your family. It’s important to be aware of the risk and take measures to prevent CO from entering your home. […]

This Fall, Make Sure Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors Are In Good Working Order

By | October 25th, 2012|CO detectors|

Did you know that carbon monoxide (CO) is a highly dangerous chemical, produced by the incomplete combustion of natural gas or other carbon-containing products? And those dangerous carbon-monoxide levels can be caused by a variety of items in your home. That’s why residents of northwest Arkansas should have their homes equipped with properly operating carbon monoxide detectors. […]

A Carbon Monoxide Detector Is A Key Part Of Home Safety

By | October 11th, 2012|CO detectors|

It’s impossible to detect poisonous carbon monoxide gas on your own because you can’t see it or smell it. The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission reports an average of 170 deaths every year are attributed to carbon monoxide poisoning. As a key part of your home safety plan, a carbon monoxide detector can stand guard around the clock to alert you to this deadly home invader. […]

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