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Carbon monoxide alarms, or CO alarms, are preferred to be fitted in those rooms having a solid fuel burning appliance, such as a log burning stove, according to UK law. The CO alarms should also be installed in rooms which have gas appliances.
Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that can be harmful if inhaled. The gas can be produced from the burning of different types of fuel. It is an extremely dangerous gas since it can’t be identified by the human senses. A carbon monoxide detector is mandatory to protect against carbon monoxide poisoning in any enclosed space where there is are chances of this gas being released. Preferably an alarm should be installed at the head height about one to three meters away from a possible source of carbon monoxide.
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CO Alarm (Battery Powers)
CO Alarm (Labour Only)
How can you decrease the risk of CO poisoning in your property?
Landlord Property Certificates can help reduce the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning by fitting new CO alarm, inspecting existing ones, and yearly checking that chimneys, vents, and flues are not blocked. Our electricians are highly trained in installing CO alarms uk in different types of properties.
If you have any doubt that your tenants, your employees or you could be at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, contact us on 02081441484. We will test for the existence of carbon monoxide in your property and find out potential sources of the gas. Don’t make it too late. Call us now.