Having a carbon monoxide detector in a central spot is the recommended way to detect this harmful gas. Carbon monoxide is colorless, odorless and is deadly in heavy levels.
A carbon monoxide detector is similar to a smoke alarm. It checks the air and beeps if carbon monoxide concentration is becoming dangerous. Ideally, you should have no fewer than one detector near all living areas, or on each floor in your house. These detectors are best run when paired with our HVAC maintenance memberships, which keep your system in top shape and may help you stop carbon monoxide in Jacksonville.