If you have oil-fired heating equipment in your Long Island home, it emits at least some carbon monoxide (CO) as it runs; if your equipment is working correctly, and your home is properly vented, that carbon monoxide will never pose a problem.
However, if carbon monoxide is allowed to accumulate in your home, it can cause carbon monoxide poisoning – a dangerous and possibly deadly threat.
Here’s what you need to know about CO, including its dangers, and how to prevent them.
Always assume your CO alarm is operating correctly! If it sounds,
At Burt’s Reliable, your safety is always our priority! If you have any questions about carbon monoxide safety, or believe that any of your appliances require expert heating equipment repair in Long Island’s North Fork or East End, contact us today.