Paris Carbon Monoxide Alarm

carbon monoxide arlarms in texas Carbon Monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas that can be emitted by home appliances and can cause illness and death. Public awareness of the danger of carbon monoxide has increased due to newspaper headlines such as, Six Dead From Carbon Monoxide! and Carbon Monoxide Sends Mother and Sons to Hospital! Many homeowners and people alike have purchased carbon monoxide monitors for this reason.

Low levels of carbon monoxide have been shown to be dangerous to all especially those with heart and lung disease, the elderly, pregnant woman, unborn children and children. Carbon monoxide poisoning produces flu-like symptoms, headache, sore throat, rapid heart beats, memory loss, thinking difficulties, and sensitivity to light, sound, smell, etc. Out of approximately 12,000 patients in the U.S. each year with flu-like symptoms, about 2,000 of them are thought to actually be suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning. Most of which could have probably been avoided with proper detection.

Most Paris commercial carbon monoxide detectors are designed to detect concentrations of CO above 70 ppm (parts per million), yet prolonged exposure to concentrations of as little as 9 ppm can cause adverse health effects. In many homes, a "negative pressure" situation exists that prevents CO from escaping normally from the house. Anthony is certified by the National Comfort Institute as a Carbon Monoxide and Combustion Analyst. He will test the air and appliances in your home and install fan-assisted combustion air delivery equipment to correct any pressure imbalances that exist.

Our Paris Carbon Monoxide Alarm Contractor Provides

  • Carbon Monoxide Alarm
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Carbon Monoxide Alarms
  • Carbon Monoxide Monitor
  • Carbon Monoxide Alarm Placement
  • Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarm
  • Smoke And Carbon Monoxide Alarm
  • Carbon Monoxide Detector
  • First Alert Carbon Monoxide Detector
  • Kidde Carbon Monoxide Detector
  • Carbon Monoxide Tester

We Provide Carbon Monoxide Alarm In The Following Areas

Lamar County:

Delta County:

Hopkins County:

Red River County:

Fannin County:

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Why Paris Should Hire Us For Their Carbon Monoxide Alarm Needs

Hargis Electric, LLC knows that carbon monoxide concentrations as low as 9 parts per million can adversely effect your health (most carbon monoxide detectors have a sensitivity to concentrations above 70 ppm). Additionally, in many homes "negative pressure" exists that prevents CO from escaping normally. We test the air and appliances in your home and install fan-assisted combustion air delivery equipment to correct any pressure imbalances.

Our electricians have years of experience in the carbon monoxide alarm field. This experience allows us to complete our projects on time and with unmatched quality. Hargis Electric LLC electricians take pride in every project we b`1` egin. This pride shows in our finished projects with professional quality each and every time. For a truly unmatched carbon monoxide alarm service call on the professionals of Hargis Electric LLC today!

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If you're looking for a professional carbon monoxide alarm contractor in Paris, then please call us today at 903-785-8055 or complete our online carbon monoxide alarm estimate form.