Where does Carbon Monoxide Come From?
July 31, 2008
Any fuel-burning appliance that is malfunctioning or improperly installed can create carbon monoxide.
- Furnaces, gas range/stove, gas clothes dryer, water heater, portable fuel-burning space heaters, fireplaces, generators and wood burning stoves
- Vehicles, generators and other combustion engines
- Blocked chimney or flue
- Cracked or loose furnace exchanger
- Back drafting and changes in air pressure
- Operating a grill in an enclosed space