co detectors should be installed along with smoke alarms
Protect yourself and your family from the devastating effects of CO poisoning
Plus a Free smoke alarm on selected alarms
... not just for Christmas!
EWveryone knows what that meaning is....right?
The ghost might be a gas
Get a CO detector!
The silent killer strikes again...
Here is all the information you'll need
The perfect time to increase your awareness
Soak up the atmosphere, not the carbon monoxide!
Student accommodation landlords sometimes cut corners..
Don't delay, start protecting yourself and your family now
Give your detctor a holiday too!
The time to act is NOW
What is your planned procedure in case of fire in your home? Your smoke detector is likely to be the one who gives the first notice and you’re probably pretty certain about what you and your family would do if it woke you up one night.
Beeps and bleeps are an ubiquitous part of our everyday lives. Whether we are outside or in, these sounds are almost constant and we have learned what each one signifies and how much importance we attach to it.
There are often comparisons made between smoke detectors and CO detectors: both are small, unobtrusive devices that could save your life.
Carbon monoxide, which can leak into the home from faulty heating systems, fires and other appliances, is known as the silent killer because it is a tasteless, invisible, odourless gas.
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