Carbon Monoxide Detector Early Warning System

PDM tech shaking hands with clientOdorless, tasteless and invisible. That’s carbon monoxide and it can kill you or make you sick. Make sure you have an early warning system.

  • Install at least one carbon monoxide detector on each level of the home. Ideally located outside each bedroom.
  • Carbon monoxide gas rises, so the best location for the detector is on a wall, about six inches below the ceiling.
  • Test regularly. Replace the batteries in a battery-powered unit every six months.
  • If the alarm sounds, don’t waste time investigating possible causes yourself. Once everyone is safely out, call the fire department. Do not re-enter the house.

For professional installation and service of a carbon monoxide detector to safeguard your greater Joliet home, contact PDM Plumbing, Heating & Cooling.