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Carbon Monoxide Alarms

A Carbon Monoxide Alarm is an important tool in detecting carbon monoxide and preventing its poisoning. A single-station CO detector that has a sound device is called a carbon monoxide alarm and is now defined by Underwriters Laboratories as a carbon monoxide alarm. However, there are some important things to consider before installing a CO alarm in your home. Here are some of the things to consider:


If you're considering purchasing a carbon monoxide alarm, you'll need to know the importance of batteries. CO detectors should be installed on each level of your home and in each sleeping area. They typically measure 3.4 x 1.5 x 5 inches and should be replaced yearly. If you suspect that your carbon monoxide alarm is not working properly, you should replace the batteries. Fortunately, these alarms are relatively inexpensive and easy to install.

Plug-in units

There are several pros and cons to plug-in carbon monoxide alarm units. They are generally smaller and cheaper than battery-operated models. Plug-in units also feature a display that shows real-time CO levels and the batteries' remaining life. They also have a test button and an 85-decibel alarm. Plug-in units do not require any special installation, and they are easy to replace and install.

Hardwired units

Most houses built after 2008 must have hardwired carbon monoxide alarm units. Those built before this date should consider battery-powered units. Although UB is not technically a "house," it is home to thousands of students, and that deserves protection and security. To prevent carbon monoxide poisoning, students should become familiar with the symptoms and install the right detection equipment. Hardwired systems do not require occupants to call for help because they will send a signal when the levels of carbon monoxide in the home reach dangerous levels.


Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning is dangerous for anyone, especially children. The best way to avoid it is to install a carbon monoxide alarm in your home. These alarms are easy to install, and they will alert you to the presence of CO gas in your home. If you suspect that you have CO poisoning, you should immediately get outside and open the windows and doors. If you cannot reach the emergency room, contact the fire department and your utility company.


The cost of carbon monoxide alarms varies greatly, depending on the type and model of the alarms and how many you need. You can get a free estimate for the cost of carbon monoxide alarms from companies like All Temp Co., Inc. Air Conditioning & Heating. These companies also offer service finance to help you make your investment in carbon monoxide alarms affordable. However, before you purchase carbon monoxide alarms, you should know the dangers they pose to you and your family.