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ServiceOne 9h
The safety of your family and home is a priority to every homeowner. Learn how to protect your family from carbon monoxide poisoning.
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A.S. Electrical Jul 16
Check our our latest blog to read more about why it's law to have carbon monoxide detectors installed in your home! 🏠 If you don't have CO detectors in your home, call a residential electrician in Toronto today! 📲 🔗
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Smart Compliance 14h
Do you have a detector? If not, your family might be at risk of the ! Make sure you have at least one so you can be alerted of in an emergency.
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Gurudatt Rao Jul 9
poisoning can be deadly especially when the exposure is at low values over a period of time The only way to circumvent this issue is to have sensors which can detect this gas & prevent long term issues
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Interscan Corp. 8h
The folks of Alaska remind us of the dangers of . In this case, they refer to what might happen in an RV. The "silent killer" can be made very noisy with proper .
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Wales&West Utilities Jul 17
👃Smell gas? 🌡Low gas pressure? ⚠Suspect the presence of ? Call us immediately 0800 111 999
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United Alarm Systems Jul 12
leak at Winnipeg hotel sends dozens to hospital via
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Richard Haines Jul 16
Replying to @ChaseandTyler
Great point. Also always consider do your symptoms travel with you? Do you only experience them at home or in the office? If so, that could be an indication of a consistent source of poisoning
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CDC Environment 5h
Prevent (CO) poisoning. Always run gas-powered generators at least 20 ft. away from the home:
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Smart Compliance Jul 16
We've combined , , and detectors w/ the to take compliance levels to new highs. Check out our detection system here:
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Panda Man Jul 13
I've been molding my grills For my teeth Diamonds are carbon based you know
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Project SHOUT May 31
This , we're giving away five alarms! To enter, simply follow us and RT this tweet! 😄 T&C's apply:
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Ryan Tollefsen Jul 16
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CLS - Inner west Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Gas Jul 10
Keeping the community safe, household by household.
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Bobbi Jo Erichsen Jul 11
Every time I see a story about ppl dying from poisoning I keep thinking back to the loser that covered the exhaust pipe on my roof with a tarp that caused us to end up in . 880ppm was the reading inside my house. Pure stupidity.
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GFG Gas Detection UK Ltd Jul 11
Fire crews called to a leak at a Canadian hotel that sent 46 people to hospital detected carbon monoxide levels in the hotel at nearly 400 parts per million, or more than 20 times the level that would trigger an evacuation.
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CDC Environment Jul 17
Keep your family safe from (CO) poisoning after . Learn how:
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Griffin Safety Ltd. Jul 17
Understanding the risks of
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Gutter Bookshop Jul 16
When I was 22 one of our friends was killed by carbon monoxide in a rented flat. Get an alarm & make sure it works. Funerals for 22 year-old friends are shit.
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Coastline Fire Jul 16
It's ! Remember to test your Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarms today.
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