Carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas that is produced from fuel-burning devices like a stove or dryer. Have CO alarms to help be alerted to a potential carbon monoxide leak in your home.
|Install smoke and CO alarms on every level and in every bedroom|
|Test alarms regularly and replace the batteries every six months|
|Alarms don't last forever, remember to replace alarms at least every 10 years|
|Keep a fire extinguisher on every level and know how to use it|
|Plan and practice an escape route with your family twice a year|