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Revisiting Low Level CO Detectors

When it comes to home safety, there are certain topics and areas that we feel are extremely important to be brought up a few times a year, which is what we try to do here on the BelRed blow regarding carbon monoxide in the home. Preventing sickness, or worse, caused by this “invisible killer” can…

Carbon Monoxide Safety Reminders

It’s an unfortunate fact that the winter months bring higher risk and more reported cases of carbon monoxide related illness and even death. It can’t be stated enough how important it is to know how to keep yourself and your family safe from the harms of this deadly gas. Below, we’ve outlined a few helpful…

The Importance of Low Level CO Detectors

The CO (carbon monoxide) detector is something that all homes require in order to keep them safe from this dangerous and odorless gas. While it’s common knowledge to have properly working CO detectors in the home, there are some other facts about these devices that you may not know. Not all carbon monoxide detectors are…

Carbon Monoxide – Things You Need to Know

In our most recent post, we discussed the importance of carbon monoxide detectors when it comes to keeping your family safe from this harmful gas. As mentioned, Fall is the perfect time of year to make sure your CO detectors, which are required by law in our state, are installed and working properly. It’s also…

The Importance of a CO Detector

Carbon Monoxide, commonly referred to as the “silent killer,” can be a very dangerous thing for you and your loved ones. This odorless, colorless gas can be the result of just about any type of burning that occurs in or around your home. Whether you’re burning gasoline, wood, propane, natural gas, oil or coal, dangerous…

Are Your Cold Symptoms Really CO Poisoning?

We recently posted a short list of precautionary inspection tips in order to avoid the chance of you or your loved ones getting carbon monoxide poisoning. The odorless CO gas can be extremely dangerous to those exposed to it and steps need to be taken to keep a home’s inhabitants safe. This dangerous gas can…

Inspection Tips for Carbon Monoxide Safety

Carbon monoxide, as we’ve written about on the blog previously, is one of the most dangerous gases that can be present in the home. Because of its odorless nature, it can be very difficult to detect before it becomes a danger to those living in the home. In order to help mitigate the risks of…

Home Generators – Avoid the Risk

We’ve all likely been at the point of frustration when the power goes out due to a storm or mishap. When we’re used to always having power, it can be an annoying occurrence. Many turn to the convenience of a gas generator to keep necessary power going during these down times. While they have become…

The Facts on CO Monitors

Carbon Monoxide should be on everyone’s home safety list. The CO (carbon monoxide) detector is something that all homes with should have to keep them safe from this deadly, colorless and odorless gas.  Despite the fact that it’s fairly common knowledge to have properly working CO detectors in the home, there are some other facts…

Carbon Monoxide Detectors REQUIRED after January 1st

A new Washington State carbon monoxide (CO) detector code takes effect January 1st, 2013.  This new code requires carbon monoxide alarms be installed on each floor of a home and outside each bedroom or sleeping area of the home.  For new construction, the code will take effect in conjunction with the new build. For existing…

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    Your home depends on a properly functioning plumbing system, but as a homeowner, you know a lot can go wrong! From leaky pipes to sewer backups, drips can become disasters in the blink of an eye. Watch the video below for preventative steps you can take to ensure your plumbing doesn’t keep you up at night….

  • The Dangers of Damaged Heat Exchangers

    What is a heat exchanger? You may not have ever heard of a heat exchanger, but we’re willing to bet you would definitely notice if it stopped working! A heat exchanger is a device in a furnace that separates the combustion process from your breathing air. Essentially, it is a combination metal chamber and passageway…

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    Is there anything cozier than curling up around your fireplace when it’s cold out? We don’t think so! As colder weather approaches, you’ll want to make sure your fireplace is in working order. Most gas fireplaces have a standing pilot light, which is a small flame that burns even when you aren’t using your fireplace….

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