Carbon Monoxide Testing

Carbon monoxide is a dangerous gas that has no taste or smell. If a carbon monoxide problem is left untreated, it can turn deadly quickly. Because this gas is so dangerous the importance of carbon monoxide testing in your home is obvious. At Jacob's Ladder Heating & Cooling, we provide comprehensive carbon monoxide testing for your home to ensure the safety of you and those you love.

Carbon Monoxide Detectors & Alarms Aren’t Fail Safe

You may feel safe knowing that you have purchased a carbon monoxide detector for your home. It is important to know that these detectors aren’t regulated by the government and not always accurate. They are not efficient when it comes to detecting low levels of carbon monoxide in your home. This is why CO testing by a professional at Jacob's Ladder Heating & Cooling is so important.

Signs & Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

While high concentrations of carbon monoxide kill in less than five minutes, at low concentrations it requires a longer period of time to affect the body. Exceeding the EPA concentration of 9 ppm for more than 8 hours is believed to produce adverse health affects in those at risk. Sometimes carbon monoxide poisoning goes undetected because the symptoms are much like the flu. Here are some of the symptoms that indicate you could be in trouble.

  • Dull Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Nausea or Vomiting
  • Blurred Vision
  • Unconsciousness
  • Confusion

If you experience any of these symptoms and suspect you could have a carbon monoxide problem, seek medical help right away.

Carbon Monoxide Testing, Air Conditioning & Furnace Heating Inspections, Maintenance Tune Ups, Installations, Replacements, Emergency Repairs & More in Oak Park, West Bloomfield, Huntington Woods, Southfield & Greater Detroit, Michigan

The risks associated with carbon monoxide poisoning make CO testing a necessity. You can’t afford to ignore this dangerous problem. The experts at Jacob's Ladder Heating & Cooling have the training and equipment needed to perform a complete CO inspection and the ability to put your mind at ease. Call us today for all your HVAC related needs!