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    how to lower the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning


    I'd like to be reassured when it comes to the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. What can I do to make sure that the risk is virtually non-existent?

    Asked by June on 19th Aug 2020
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    Dean Corfield Electrical

    I’m an electrician so my answer is from an electrical perspective.
    The best way to protect yourself from carbon monoxide is to install a carbon monoxide alarm. This will sound if levels of carbon monoxide rise. They can be battery powered or mains wired. They work similar to a smoke detector.
    I would also recommend getting gas appliances serviced regularly"

    Answered on 19th Aug 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report
    Kyoto Cooling Ltd

    "Hi June

    Best way to reduce the risk of carbon monoxide is to make sure your boiler is serviced regularly by a competent person and have a carbon monoxide alarm fitted. Hope this helps.


    Answered on 19th Aug 2020 - Member since Jun 2020 - report

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