carbon monoxide warning

Although it may be alarming and often hard to think about, carbon monoxide gas leaks continue to contribute to several annual deaths in the United States, along with examinations or treatments in hospitals for CO poisoning.  Breathed over long periods of time, even low concentrations of Carbon Monoxide can contribute to other illnesses and health conditions.  Not to worry – there are ways to prevent this danger and protect your family.

Am I at Risk?  Around the fall and moving into winter – more and more people turn on their home furnace without a Professional Safety-Check or Tune-Up, leaving to chance the risk for Carbon Monoxide (CO) leaks and missed detections.

What is a Threat?  There are many common sources of Carbon Monoxide and potential leaks in the home including any fuel-burning devices such as furnaces, gas/kerosene space heaters, boilers, gas cooking stoves, water heaters, clothes dryers, fireplaces, charcoal grills, wood stoves, power generators, motor vehicles, etc.

What Can I do?  Gillece Services Technicians are now certified Carbon Monoxide and Combustion Analysis Specialists with the National Comfort Institute (NCI), and industry experts in proper household Carbon Monoxide detection, leak prevention services, combustion analysis, and CO alarm installation.  We now offer the smartest and safest way to confirm that there are no dangerous levels of Carbon Monoxide gasses in your home with a complete home Carbon Monoxide Safety & Combustion Analysis.

Is my Family Safe?  Gillece Services retails and installs a highly specialized CO detection monitor – “The Low-Level Carbon Monoxide Alarm National Safety Institute Model 3000.”  This alarm is especially important to families with elderly, children of any age, and those with respiratory and heart problems, as low levels of CO are equally as dangerous as high levels within these categories of people.