Carbon Monoxide Detector Services in Chicago
TAKE ZERO CHANCES WITH YOUR SAFETY
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a tasteless, odorless, and colorless toxic gas that causes hundreds of deaths each year. To protect everyone in your home from danger, it’s essential to have carbon monoxide detectors installed throughout your home.
We Provide the Industry’s Best Carbon Monoxide Detectors
It’s important to have reliable and accurate detectors that will immediately alert you to danger. At American Vintage Home, there is nothing we care about more than our customers’ safety. That’s why we install the very best CO detectors in the industry. You can rest assured when we install your detector that you are receiving a quality product that will do its job in an emergency.
Do I Need a Carbon Monoxide Detector?
Known as “The Silent Killer,” carbon monoxide poisoning can cause fatality in a matter of minutes. Any fuel-burning appliances (grills, stoves, water heaters, etc.) and vehicles can potentially produce dangerous levels of carbon monoxide. CO detectors alert you of unusually high levels so you can evacuate your home and seek emergency help.
Know the Signs of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Never take a chance in your home. The most common symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include:
- Nausea or vomiting
- Shortness of breath
- Blurred vision
If you or anyone in your home experiences these symptoms suddenly, evacuate your home right away. Scheduling routine furnace maintenance and checking your vents and chimney flue for blockage are ways to stay free of carbon monoxide leaks. But nothing will provide more peace-of-mind than having high-quality detectors professionally installed throughout your home.
To have our team install new carbon monoxide detectors in your home or to learn more about our products, call American Vintage Home at (847) 999-4595. You can also contact us online to schedule your appointment!
Stay Safe With American Vintage Home Carbon Monoxide Detector Installation
Carbon monoxide poisoning can happen suddenly and without warning, and when you’re asleep it’s especially important to have working CO detectors to wake you up in time.