If Only the Quality of Air in their Home was Just
as Healthy and Safe as in the Park
They only wish the quality of air to breathe inside their house was
healthy and safe as in the park.
But inadequate ventilation in their energy
efficient, tightly built home, traps toxic air pollutants inside.
Silently I affects the way they feel and live.
Indoor air pollutants such as Carbon Monoxide
(CO), radon, tobacco smoke, nitrogen oxide and formalhyde are hazardous
to your health.
Carbon monoxide is a particular concern because
it is an odorless, tasteless gas that can be emitted from standard home
water heaters, furnaces, fireplaces, and heating
sources, along with fumes emitted from automobiles in attached garages.
Carbon monoxide is absorbed through the lungs
into the bloodstream inhibiting the blood´s capacity to transport oxygen
throughout the body.
High levels of carbon monoxide can kills in
Not so apparent but more important is the long
term exposure to low or moderate levels of carbon monoxide gas in your
Carbon monoxide is difficult to diagnose.
Because its symptoms are similar to other common
ailments, such as flu, carbon monoxide is often called ¨The Great
Imitator¨Symptoms of low level carbon monoxide poisoning can include
headaches, fatigue, nausea, dizzy spells and confusion.
No homeowners like yourself can do something
To be sure the quality of air in your home is a healthy and safe as in
the park, you need to be warned of lifethreatening levels of
carbon monoxide, and more importantly the prescence of low or moderate
levels of this ¨Silence Intruder¨in your home.
The good nes is that once you indentify a CO
problem, it can be easily corrected by your gas utility or control
Due to a recent technological breakthrough, you
can now accurately determine if there is carbon monoxide in the air
inside your house or apartment using a new advanced GWT carbon monoxide
detector from AP.