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Prevent CO poisoning: Alarm companies should help Californians help themselves

July 25, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

It's now more than a year since California's new law mandating carbon monoxide detectors in all single-family homes with an attached garage or fossil fuel source. However, a new survey shows many residents remain unprotected. Seems to me there's a marketing opportunity here that alarm companies would do well to take advantage of—to not only help themselves but also California residents. It's true that the new law, which took effect July 1, 2011, doesn't require Californians to opt for monitored...

California Alarm Association, California Safe Homes Coalition. UTC Climate, California State Firefighters’ Association, carbon monoxide, Controls & Security, John Hopper, Kevin Nida, Kidde, Security Systems News, Tyra Lynn


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