Staying warm and safe this winter starts with heating equipment and carbon monoxide safety
Posted on January 24, 2023
Illinoisans will be turning up their thermostats to stay warm for the rest of the winter season, which brings an increased risk for home fires and carbon monoxide incidents. Unlike smoke, carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas only detectable by special devices and CO alarms.
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