Minnesota Carbon Monoxide Law

 

2007 Brings New Protection Law to Minnesota

 
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, carbon monoxide is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in America, with more than 500 deaths annually in the U.S.
 
Minnesota now adds to the growing list of states requiring Carbon Monoxide Alarms in all homes.  Starting January 1st, 2007 all new homes built must have CO Alarms installed within 10 feet of all bedrooms.  All existing homes have until 2008 to comply and multifamily dwellings have until 2009.
 
Take care when selecting a CO Alarm for your home to protect your family.  For more information you can contact Comfort Matters Heating & Cooling, Inc. at (763) 515-0166.  Comfort Matters Heating & Cooling, Inc. provides both UL rated CO Alarms as well as the safer choice of Low Level CO Alarms.
 
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