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Carbon monoxide – commonly called CO – is the colorless, odorless gas that can put your family in serious danger when it goes undetected. According to the American Medical Association, carbon monoxide is the leading cause of accidental poisoning in the United States. Every year, hundreds of Americans die from carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon Monoxide is created when fuels burn incompletely. Common household sources of carbon monoxide include the heating and cooking appliances you depend on most. Natural gas or propane furnaces, gas cook tops, ranges and ovens, even BBQ grills, hot water heaters, and wood fireplaces, and portable generators can be sources of CO. These familiar home conveniences aren’t always friendly to you and your family. When operating incorrectly or inefficiently, they can introduce harmful carbon dioxide into your home. Be sure they are installed according to manufacturer specifications and inspected on a regular basis by licensed professionals who can help ensure they are working properly.