Lifesaving Senate Bill signed in California!

Kudos to California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, for signing the lifesaving California Senate Bill 183, earlier this summer!  This bill requires all owners of single family homes that have a fossil-fuel burning appliance, fireplace, or attached garage to install carbon monoxide (CO) alarms by July 2011.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, you can’t see or smell carbon monoxide, but at high levels, it can kill you in minutes.  Hundreds of people each year die from malfunctioning or improperly used fuel burning appliances, and even more die from CO produced by idling cars.

California’s Air Resource Board reported that carbon monoxide causes 40 “avoidable” deaths each year and 700 “avoidable” emergency room visits in California alone.

Luckily, lifesaving CO alarms are available with big savings on FirstAlertStore.com.  You even have the option of combination smoke and CO alarms or a combination explosive gas and CO alarm.  FirstAlertStore.com is currently offering 10% off our already discounted prices on any CO alarm in our store!  Visit FirstAlertStore.com and buy your Carbon Monoxide Alarm from our large selection of CO alarms; found here: http://www.firstalertstore.com/store/categories/carbon-monoxide-alarms-and-detectors.htm

Explosive Gas Carbon Monoxide Combo AlarmHardwired Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Back-UpBasic Battery Operated Carbon Monoxide Alarm

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1 Response to “Lifesaving Senate Bill signed in California!”


  1. 1 Mike Erickson October 26, 2010 at 7:21 pm

    I own apartments. Do I need to install in each bedroom or in hall outside sleeping areas like the smoke alarms


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