On the hunt for CO monitor
In the wake of all these deaths surrounding Carbon Monoxide poisoning, when I move out I need to have one. I will be moving from Washington in 3 days to Edmonton north and hope I can get some answers.
Can anyone tell me where I can get a carbon monoxide detector, how easy they are to use, and how much they cost?
My grandparents also don’t have one, my landlord, and my in-laws who have little kids in and out of their home for daycare. Everyone should have one.
Any input please I welcome it. Safety first and in the words of Ellen, BE KIND TO EACHOTHER