Preventing carbon monoxide poisoning in Gas Dryers
You might be asking yourself right now how can a clogged dryer vent lead to carbon dioxide poisoning? Well, some driers are run by gas, and if not properly maintained where the exhaust fumes can no longer exit the house because the dryer ducting is clogged can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning.
Cover monoxide is an order Louis, colorless gas but it’s difficult to detect without the assistance of a special detection alarm. Carbon monoxide to detectors are not very expensive, you can purchase them at most big box hardware stores. Depending on the size of your house and it’s layout, it might be worth considering placing CO detectors close to key sources of carbon monoxide leaks including furnaces, gas dryers, fireplaces, or gas ranges if you have one.
Most people don’t know they’re being affected by car monoxide till they experience symptoms. If not detected it is potentially a fatal gas and it was a problem that faces everyone who uses a combustible fuel in their home.
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